CLEVELAND - Power of 5 Meteorologist Jason Nicholas says to expect a mix of sun and clouds as temperatures warm back into the low 80s. Humid with a few storms possible later today as well.
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WEDNESDAY UPDATE: As predicted, rain has ended and sunshine can be found all across home. Scattered showers and thunderstorms still expected for this afternoon but not widespread like yesterday evening and overnight. Organized severe weather is not predicted but one or two severe thunderstorms could pop especially with all the sun we have in place (destabilizing the atmosphere). With each new rain chance, flood will be a concern so being overly cautious each time you drive in rain is recommended.
WEDNESDAY FORECAST: Numerous showers and thunderstorms in place over all of Northeast Ohio. Heavy rainfall, lots of lightning, gusty winds and small hail can be expected through 9am. The rest of the morning should be mainly dry. More widely scattered storms will develop during the afternoon. We will remain warm & humid. High temperatures will climb into the lower 80s.
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