Northeast Ohio weather: Still humid with more slow-moving showers, thunderstorms
CLEVELAND, Ohio (WOIO) - A weak upper level low pressure system is located over southeast Ohio. We also have a weak front sitting over us. These two things, along with the humidity, will help trigger another afternoon of showers and storms
Interesting enough, these storms are actually move west-to-east because of the system in the higher levels of the atmosphere.
The other thunderstorm trigger, the front, helped changed the direction of the winds along the lakeshore.This has made for higher waves and a Small Craft Advisory has been issued.
Once the sunsets, thunderstorms will start to dissipate and it will be another warm and muggy night with temps in the upper 60s.
Patchy fog could also develop heading into Friday morning
A few more storms will fire up tomorrow afternoon, with the same threat of locally heavy rainfall.
Saturday will be partly cloudy, but still pretty humid.
A stronger cold front will push through Saturday night into Sunday bringing lower humidity and dryer air back to the area.
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