After a busy start to the weekend Friday night, Sunday evening and night will give us another chance for strong to severe storms, especially across northern Ohio.
Storms clip northern Ohio Sunday night with the threat of severe storms producing straight line damaging winds and possibly an isolated tornado.
The biggest issue will be wind gusts of 60+ mph.
Additionally, flash flooding will be a possibility, with between 1-2+ inches coming down in a short period of time.
With a powerful front moving through Monday, more severe weather is likely, especially across the eastern half of Ohio. With the fast movement of this system, damaging winds will be a big concern for us. We stay warm and very muggy, setting the stage for another round of severe weather, mostly damaging winds. Once again, a flooding threat persists, especially across southeast Ohio.
Take a look at the severe weather potential for Monday:
The good news? If you were hoping for cooler and drier weather, just wait until the middle of the week. Behind the front, we'll see plenty of sunshine and highs in some areas struggling to reach the upper 60s to low 70s. Check your forecast for the week ahead here.