VIDEO: A look Through April

Brian IveyLong Range Weather, National, Ohio, Seasonal Predictions, Spring PredictionsLeave a Comment

The last few years we have seen some early spring extremes. Sometimes it’s dealing with constant chilly days and dreary skies. Even some very impactful snow events hit. Orrrrr we saw the exact opposite. March and April periods with beautiful sunny days and temperatures surging 30 degrees above average. Above are the temperatures compared to average so far in March … Read More

Powerful Weekend System: Wind, Snow, Severe Storms

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MAJOR WEEKEND WIND The storm we are watching for the weekend is making headlines as it moves across the Desert Southwest. Las Vegas has had accumulating snow and places in Arizona like Flagstaff have seen well over a FOOT of the white stuff. This low pressure system will eject northeast and rapidly strengthen by the time it makes it into … Read More

Icy concerns across Interstate 90 Wednesday morning

Mark SpencerOhio, Weather NewsLeave a Comment

Updated: Tuesday, February 5, 2019 – 4:30 PM A system will move across the region Tuesday night into Wednesday morning. Warmer air aloft and colder air trapped at the surface spells the threat for icing, particularly along Interstate 90 and the lakeshore. Generally less than one tenth-of an inch of freezing rain is likely. While we’ve had a break from … Read More

WATCH: Hurricane Michael Heads Towards Florida

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Hurricane Michael is a Category 3 storm packing winds over 100 mph. It’s going to slide north-northeast and make landfall in Florida Wednesday. The storm poses major threats with wind, storm surge and flooding rains all being threats. Full details on the storm below. For local Ohioans we won’t see any direct impacts from Michael. It will be another hot … Read More

Unexpected Tornadoes Strike Northeast Ohio Thursday

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Two tornadoes touched down Thursday afternoon in Geauga County with one entering into Trumbull County. Severe weather was not in the forecast from the Storm Prediction Center or any local outlets. The National Weather Service confirmed two EF-1 tornadoes after doing damage surveys. Winds near 95 mph were estimated near the Middlefield area, but peak winds inside of the tornado … Read More

September 2018-2019 Winter Forecast Update

Brian IveyLong Range Weather, Ohio, Seasonal Predictions, US, Winter PredictionsLeave a Comment

The end of the widespread summer warmth is near and autumn leaves will soon be turning and falling. This must mean that snowflakes aren’t terribly far away. The 2018-2019 Winter Forecast is coming into view. Our last update did not have a ton of specifics. We are still thinking an El Nino pattern will develop for winter. There is still no … Read More

Severe Weather Chances Increasing Saturday

Brian IveyOhio, USLeave a Comment

A front is going to hang across the Lower Great Lakes and Upper Ohio Valley this weekend with a few disturbances rolling through. This means severe weather and heavy rain chances are elevated. Currently it’s pretty easy to notice the huge difference in temperatures north and south of the front. It will move back and forth across the region this … Read More

Three Tornadoes Touchdown In Ohio Tuesday

Brian IveyOhio, USLeave a Comment

Active spring weather moved across much of the Midwest, Ohio Valley and Great Lakes Tuesday. This caused dozens of severe weather reports including three separate tornadoes in Ohio. Hail, damaging winds and other severe weather reports stretched from Texas to Pennsylvania. A total of 500 severe weather reports were notched during the storm event. A strong low pressure system pulled … Read More

Risk for Strong to Severe Storms Tuesday

Mark SpencerNational, Ohio, US, Weather NewsLeave a Comment

A strong low pressure system will track over the state late Tuesday afternoon and evening.  Ahead of it, a warm front will lift northward across the state, closely followed by a strong cold front Tuesday night.  Warm and humid air will flow into the state and, combined with good dynamics for thunderstorms, will allow for the potential for severe weather … Read More

No April Fools – Cold Easter & Month Ahead

Brian IveyNational, Ohio, USLeave a Comment

Hopefully you enjoyed the mild February because winter and spring have gotten all confused across Ohio and much of the nation. Temperatures have been well below average in many spots excluding the Gulf Coast, Texas and the central Plains. Chilly weather looks to continue as “spring” marches on. Easter will be relatively frigid with temperatures around 15 degrees below normal. … Read More