Lots of people using the bike shelters today that I've spotted. I guess 60 degree is a good temperature for bike commuting in November. ;)
A broad range of temperatures and a variety of other weather conditions make for doable, if not always enjoyable bicycle commuting, for more people than we think.
If one lives within Central Columbus or some of its suburbs, there is little or no risk of hypothermia or frostbite.
Even for a late nite/early morning commuter such as a bartender or server or someone working 3rd shift, there are gas stations, grocery stores, convenience stores and some eateries open 24/7 where a cyclist can warm up or change a flat tire.
Concerns about sun damaging the paint job of a bike or about getting rained on or about getting too sweaty before work seem a loss of perspective given how cycling is part of solutions when it comes to our poor air quality in Columbus, climate change, obesity, and peak oil.