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(WJW) — A wind advisory has been issued in Northeast Ohio starting Saturday at 8 a.m. until 4 p.m. Expect Southwest winds of 20 to 30 mph with gusts reaching up to 50 mph.
Gusty winds could blow around unsecured objects. Tree limbs could be blown down causing power outages across the area.
Scattered showers continue through 3 p.m. then we get a brief break of dry/windy conditions through 8 p.m.
The Storm Prediction Center has expanded the severe weather risk into our area. The threat is for tonight. A marginal/slight (1/2 out of a scale of 5) for most counties. A line of thunderstorms will move through from west to east from 1AM to 4AM. Heavy rain and damaging winds possible as it moves through. There is a small tornado risk mainly in the western portion of the state. Stay tuned for updates.
Another round of showers and storms develop into early Saturday. There is the chance for a few thunderstorms paired with gusty conditions.
The Storm Prediction Center keeps the severe weather out of our area for now. A marginal (1 out of a scale of 5) is closing in our western/southwestern counties. High winds and flooding are the main risks for our area. Stay tuned for updates.
March is going “out like a lion!” Windy, rainy & rollercoaster temps!
Temperatures tumble Saturday, starting off in the upper 50s and dropping to around 40 by the evening. There’s the chance of lake-enhanced snow showers Saturday night.
Sunday is the “pick-day” of the weekend.
Warm-up ahead: We could hit 70 next week!
Above is the latest 8-Day Forecast.