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Ashlee Baracy

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Doppler 10 Forecast: Heat advisory remains in effect


This Evening: A heat advisory remains in effect with temps feeling closer to 100 with the heat index. Showers and storms north of I-70 moving ESE.
Tonight: Mostly cloudy with a slight chance of a shower or storm. Low 74. S wind 3-6 mph
Tomorrow: More clouds than sun with a chance of showers and storms. High near 90. W wind 5-10 mph.
Tuesday: More sunshine and light wind. Not as oppressive. High 88.

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Weather Discussion: Scattered thunderstorms (mostly north of I-70) have been pushing through Central Ohio moving ESE. This hot and humid air mass could feed them through the evening. Keeping a slight chance of a shower or storm tonight, but otherwise mostly cloudy with lows in the mid-70s. A cold front will move into our area Monday bringing an enhanced risk of thunderstorms. The front will stall out across Kentucky bringing a continued threat for storms in the southern portion of Ohio Tuesday and Wednesday. Here in Central Ohio, we will be around 90 degrees tomorrow. Then more sunshine on Tuesday with highs in the upper 80s and less humid.

Alerts: Heat Advisory in most of the state until 8PM. SPC has the northern half of Ohio under a marginal risk for severe weather today and most of the state under a marginal risk on Monday.

Inconvenient Weather: Excessive Heat. Heat Advisory remains in effect. Showers and thunderstorms (mostly north of I-70).

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