Severe storms expected in Midwest, Northeast as South heats up

Severe storms expected in Midwest, Northeast as South heats up

Severe storms expected in Midwest, Northeast as South heats up

If a storm gets fired up along that boundary, it may possibly produce a tornado, strong winds, and hail during the afternoon. Showers and storms will be mostly along and south of I-96 with severe weather chances around the I-94 area.

By Wednesday and Thursday highs will stay in the upper 70s in Cleveland and overnight temps will dip to the lower 60s.

Tuesday is a day we are keeping a close eye on.

Plan on a large complex of showers and storms now over western Iowa to make steady progress east this morning. This will be the boundary that strong to severe storms may start to develop and move along through the early afternoon.

The cloud cover will increase as the day progresses, and by the evening there will be chances of showers and thunderstorms. However, the main storm development looks to be around 4 p.m. Keep in mind that the storm timing continues to change with each new set of data. Right now, the entire region is under a slight risk (2 out of 5) for severe weather on Tuesday. The rest of the day will be mostly cloudy with a high temperature in the low 80s. Highs could still reach the 80s in the Akron area.

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