Posted Monday, September 27, 2021
A cold front will cross east-central Ohio late tonight into Tuesday morning raising the prospects for showers and thunderstorms. The Storm Prediction Center indicates that isolated thunderstorms could be strong enough to produce hail. There is a low-end risk for large hail and the SPC has placed all of the region under a Marginal Risk (Level 1 on a scale of 1-5) because of that large hail threat.
Odds for showers and thunderstorms will increase after midnight tonight. The best chances for thunderstorms locally will be between 1:00 AM through 6:00 AM Tuesday.
Scattered showers and t-storms may persist through mid-morning Tuesday. However, any activity locally will quickly diminish behind the front. Skies will gradually clear after lunchtime setting us up for a nice Tuesday afternoon with afternoon temperatures in the mid-70s.
This is a low-end threat but it’s not zero. The highest threat for strong storms will occur when most of us are asleep, Be sure you have a reliable way to receive any warnings.