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

Severe Weather Chances Increasing Saturday

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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

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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

No April Fools – Cold Easter & Month Ahead

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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

Tuesday Night Through Wednesday Snow

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Happy Spring! Well it says it on the calendar anyway. A winter weather system will grasp Ohio bringing at least a couple of inches to a good portion of the Buckeye State. The snow will develop from  Southwest Ohio and expand into central and northern portions of the state as we go through the evening hours. Much of the area … Read More

A Few Inches of Snow to Welcome in Spring

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Heavy pockets of snow are possible Tuesday evening

MORE SNOW ON THE WAY! It may be the first day of spring Tuesday, but Mother Nature wants to remind us who is in charge! More snow is expected Tuesday evening & Wednesday with a strengthening system. Some areas will receive over 6″ of snow. A low pressure system is currently sliding out of the Tennessee Valley with heavy rain … Read More

Rain Changes To Snow Thursday Evening

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A few inches of snow likely in spots

Widespread rain will change to snow Thursday night bringing a few inches to parts of northern Ohio. A low pressure system is developing across the nation’s midsection and will track northeastward into the Ohio Valley and lower Great lakes as we go throughout Thursday. This will bring a large region of steady light to moderate rain across Ohio during the … Read More

The Thaw Is On With Infrequent Winter Visits

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well above average warmth

The sustained winter chill is over- at least for now. Very mild temperatures will overall be pretty widespread across the eastern half of the nation as a pattern change sets up. There is a much lower chance of Old Man Winter locking on and producing lasting below average temperatures and continuous bouts of snow. The weather pattern last week across … Read More

Significant Snow in Parts of the Great Lakes

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It’s been a very busy week in the weather department. Our next storm is moving along a stationary front into the Great Lakes. Parts of southern Wisconsin, northern Illinois, Michigan, Indiana and NW Ohio will get hit hard with at least several inches. A corridor of Winter Storm Warnings are across the area where the heavy snow will fall. Unlike … Read More