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CLEVELAND (WJW) — The National Weather Service issued a flash flood warning due to rainy weather for parts of Northeast Ohio Monday.
A flood watch is also place for Lake, Geauga, Cuyahoga and Ashtabula County through Wednesday morning.
A Special Marine Warning has been issued due to the potential for waterspouts Monday evening. The warning includes Ashtabula County and stretches into Pennsylvania.
Mostly cloudy as lake effect rain continues to become a bit more widespread through the evening hours. Showers and a few thunderstorms will continue tonight with gusty conditions lasting through the night. Gusts could reach 20-30 mph at times. Cooling off quickly as we fall into the upper 40s.
With the slow, training thunderstorms, 2-4 inches of rainfall is possible through Wednesday morning for parts of NE Ohio.
Dreary, damp and breezy to start the work week with daily rain chances. We will finally dry out by the end of the upcoming week but Tropical Storm Ian’s remnants could move into the Midwest by next weekend bringing another round of showers. Uncertainty is still very high.
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