Bradley: Storms Continue Into Wednesday


Skies will continue to clear across the northern half of Ohio on Tuesday afternoon and the atmosphere is becoming unstable, which may lead to another evening with severe storms, Doppler 10 chief meteorologist Chris Bradley said.

The Storm Prediction Center is monitoring conditions in northern Indiana and Ohio and may issue a severe thunderstorm watch at some point on Tuesday evening, but it appears storms should hold off until after 5 p.m.

Skies will be partly cloudy with scattered showers.

The low will dip to 60 degrees, Bradley said.

Wednesday will be partly sunny, with a continued chance for severe storms.

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The high will climb to 82 degrees, Bradley said.

Thursday will be partly sunny with more storms and a high near 80.

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