CLEVELAND (WJW) — The National Weather Service in Cleveland has issued a flood advisory for multiple counties in Northeast Ohio.
Designated as a moderate flood advisory, those in Erie, Huron and Sandusky and Counties are asked to be prepared and cautious as heavy rains are expected to fall in the area. A flash flood warning was also issued for Lorain and Erie Counties, but that has been lifted.
As it stands, the flood advisory is set to be lifted at 7:30 p.m. tonight. Advisories had also previously been issued for Lorain and Cuyahoga Counties, but those are now lifted.
Already some minor flooding has begun in these areas and thunderstorms are expected.