Time to put the flip flops back in the closet, Columbus.
The National Weather Service has issued a snow advisory for much of Ohio, including the Columbus area, for Monday night, ending days of unseasonably warm weather.
The service forecasts a 59% chance of at least one inch of snow in Columbus late Monday into Tuesday morning. The chance of snow is higher in Cincinnati and northern Kentucky.
“Still anticipating a band of heavier snowfall developing Monday night,” the service posted on X Sunday afternoon.
The cool weather would end a week of temperatures reaching the 50s and even 60s on Thursday, Friday and Saturday.
The weather service is forecasting highs in the 40s in Columbus this week.