Rain/Storms Tuesday #OHwx
PLENTY WARM: For this time of year, it is a very pleasant Monday Evening across Northwest Ohio. Temperatures currently are in the 50s across much of Northwest Ohio. Also, the radar scan is clear as well. The radar will most likely get busy during the next 18 to 24 hours.
Cloud cover is on the increase this hour as well across Northwest Ohio. This is in advance of an area of low pressure that will develop to our west in the next 12 to 18 hours.
SEVERE WEATHER RISK: Tuesday will offer a risk of rain and thunderstorms across Northwest Ohio. The main severe weather risk currently looks to be closer to Dayton, Columbus, and Cincinnati. A severe thunderstorm or two up here is not out of the question.
With the relatively warm airmass overhead Tuesday, showers and thunderstorms will develop. Also, the amount of instability is not very high across Northwest Ohio. The highest amount of instability looks to be confined to Southwest and Central Ohio.
The passage of the cold front Tuesday evening will bring some wrap around moisture. It could get cold enough for a few snowflakes.
EXTENDED: A fairly active weather pattern will continue through the rest of this week, and into the weekend. Some snow and rain are possible at times, along with colder and warmer periods.
Stay with the Blog for the latest on the Severe Weather Risk for Tuesday…