The cold front will stall over northern Ohio on Friday. Partly to mostly sunny skies will result in unseasonably warm weather. Highs will range from the low 50s in the south to the upper 50s in the far south.
A high pressure system that brough clear skies and calm winds in extreme northeast Ohio also caused dense fog to develop in the area. Visibility was reduced to a quarter-mile or less at the Akron-Canton and Youngstown airports.
Increasing clouds spread ahead of a warm front across the rest of the state. Temperatures through the early morning hours stayed near normal with readings generally in the 20s.
The record high temperature for this date at the Columbus weather station was 63 degrees in 1967. The record low temperature was 7 degrees below zero in 1989. Sunset will be at 5:08 p.m. Sunset Friday will be at 7:49 a.m