Showers and thunderstorms will accompany a cold front that will slide southeastward through Ohio later this afternoon. The line of activity should cross the Tuscarawas Valley around 2:00/3:00 PM, according to hi-resolution futurecast radar:
Severe thunderstorms are not expected. However, a few storms could be a little on the strong side with a gusty downburst and hail.
This line of thunderstorms will move through quickly, so any heavy rain that may occur should be short-lived. Flooding is not anticipated.
As of their Sunday afternoon update, the Storm Prediction Center has all of east-central Ohio flagged for a Marginal Risk. A Marginal Risk means that isolated strong to severe thunderstorms are possible in the highlighted area.
Much less humid air will rush in behind the front and it will actually feel quite refreshing for a change. Dew points will drop into the comfortable 50s behind the front for Monday and remain comfortable through most of next week.
Temperatures will also be about ten degrees cooler through midweek with afternoon temperatures in the low 70s.
Updates will be posted through the day should conditions change.