Forecast: Thunder tonight, warm through Thursday

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9:00 pm Update: A line of showers and thunderstorms is moving north thru Huron, Wayne, Holmes & Tuscarawas Counties now. These thundershowers will move into Greater Cleveland & Akron between Midnight & 2am. No severe storms are expected tonight.

7:00 pm Update: A few storms moving northeast now along Interstate 71 toward Mansfield & Ashland. Other showers moving northward between Findlay & Toledo. Elsewhere, mainly cloudy skies with temperatures in the 60s. Lows tonight will drop down to between 55 & 60 degrees with mainly cloudy skies. Isolated thunderstorms are possible thru 2 am Wednesday morning.

Dry weather should be the rule for Wednesday as the main area of rain moves north of us. Skies will start out mainly cloudy. But, I do believe sunshine will increase thru the afternoon hours. High temperatures will be warm. In the lower and middle 70s.

4:00 pm Update: Skies will remain mostly cloudy through this evening with temperatures hanging in the 65 to 70 degree range thru 9pm. Isolated thunderstorms will likely develop this evening for a few of you. Showers and storms are beginning to pop now across Southern Ohio. These storms will head north into our area after dark. Take the rain gear with you just in case.

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We're seeing mainly cloudy skies, but some sun is breaking out across the south. So, we'll see a cloud/sun mix there with highs in the low 70s by later today. We could also see a shower or storm pop up anytime this afternoon into the evening.

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Low pressure over Kentucky is slowly moving north this morning. Scattered showers have ended across most of the state, but we're not done with the rain yet!

After several dry hours and even breaks of sunshine, showers and thunderstorms return late this afternoon. Some storms may be strong to severe in our southern counties including: Holmes, Tuscarawas, Ashland, Richland, and Wayne. The storms may produce damaging wind gusts and hail. High temperatures will be mild, near 70 degrees.

I can't rule out passing showers this evening for the Indians game, but the rain shouldn't be widespread. Game-time temperatures will hover in the upper 60s.

Low temperatures will drop to 60 degrees overnight under mostly cloudy skies.

Wednesday will be dry as low pressure moves northeast into Canada. Expect slow clearing from south to north by evening. Highs will hit the low 70s.

High pressure rebuilds Thursday, bringing sunny skies and highs in the mid-70s. However, a sharp cold front follows Friday, dropping highs in the low 60s.

Colder air arrives for the weekend. Highs will struggle to reach the low 50s Saturday and Sunday under mostly cloudy skies. A few showers are possible near the lake each day.

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