Severe threat: Possibility of damaging winds and isolated tornadoes

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CLEVELAND – The National Weather Service has upgraded Northeast Ohio to a slight risk for severe storms late Sunday afternoon and evening.

The main threat is damaging winds and isolated tornadoes.

Temperatures rise into the 60s today! The record high is 70°; we should not beat that number. 60-65 today is nothing to scoff at considering normal highs are in the low and mid 40s.

Here’s a look at the FOX 8 Hour-By-Hour Forecast:

Unfortunately, it’s a brief  break from the chill; falling temperatures Monday with another round of cold air move in for the first week of December.  We’ll be tracking a wintry mix Monday.

Here’s the latest FOX 8 Day Forecast:

More forecast information, here.

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