A driver navigates snow on Jan. 19 in Columbus.

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 early Tuesday, ending days of unseasonably warm weather.

There is a chance for rain to start before midnight. The rain will give way to a 50-percent chance of snow by 1 a.m. with northeast winds between 11 and 17 mph. The NWS says we could accumulate less than a half-inch of snow, revising its earlier prediction of at least an inch.

The NWS tweeted that the rain/snow line shifted southeast and that warm ground temperatures could initially keep snow from accumulating on roads.





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