Northeast Ohio weather: First Alert Day Monday for threat of severe storms

Northeast Ohio weather: First Alert Day Monday for threat of severe storms

CLEVELAND, Ohio (WOIO) - Mainly clear skies Sunday night with warm lows in the low 70s.

Northeast Ohio weather: First Alert Day Monday for threat of severe storms

Monday brings our next afternoon and evening strong to severe storm threat as highs soar back to 90 or hotter. It’s a FIRST ALERT WEATHER DAY.

High temperatures on Sunday will be in the low 90s, with dew points increasing, temperatures will feel like they are in the middle 90s.

An AIR QUALITY ADVISORY will be in effect through Sunday at midnight. Air quality will be low for sensitive groups as we battle stagnant heat and humidity tomorrow.

Air Quality Advisory in effect Sunday
Air Quality Advisory in effect Sunday (Source: woio)

The heat continues early Monday with heat index values climbing close to 100 degrees.

A cold front will move in late Monday bringing the threat for rain and storms. A few of the storms could be on the stronger side.

The main threat with storms that develop Monday will be heavy rain and the potential for flooding.

The team is monitoring this.

The rest of the week will be drier and cooler with highs more seasonable, in the low 80s.

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