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(WJW) — Clouds increase tonight and Sunday a front will bring even warmer air and the chance for showers and a thunderstorm mainly early.

The SPC has far western Ohio under a Marginal Risk for severe weather Sunday. This is the lowest “tier” of severe weather. Most of northern Ohio is under a non-severe, general thunderstorm tier as of Saturday evening. It won’t be a wash tomorrow, timing 9 a.m. to 2 p.m.

Once the showers move through Sunday, sunshine returns and temps soar. Low 70s east to upper 70s west. Plus a tad muggy. Looking to get out on the boat? Your best bet is to wait until the afternoon.

Early next week, a warm front stalls across the Ohio Valley. Shower/storm chances are still small.

Here’s the latest 8-Day Forecast:

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