FORECAST DISCUSSION – Meteorologist Scott Sabol
More showers expected today, although it’ll be a bit more scattered. Chance for a few thunderstorms containing small hail are possible. Breaks of sun and clouds through the afternoon as highs struggle to climb into the upper 50s. Not as breezy either as conditions improve Wednesday night.
A Flood Watch is in place for Lake, Geauga, Cuyahoga and Ashtabula County through tomorrow morning.
Hurricane Ian now a Cat 4 Hurricane. Landfall forecasted by late morning/midday between Fort Myers and Sarasota. Hazardous storm surge, winds, and flooding Wednesday into Thursday.
Ian will make landfall by midday Wednesday near Fort Myers.
The remains of Ian move north into Virginia. A few showers possible east and south in northern Ohio Sunday.
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