19 First Alert Weather Days: Tonight into Friday scattered storms will produce heavy rainfall for some leading to flash flooding concerns

Published: Aug. 4, 2022 at 2:18 AM EDT|Updated: Aug. 4, 2022 at 1:48 PM EDT
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CLEVELAND, Ohio (WOIO) - Scattered showers and storms have developed across Northeast Ohio today.

A storm or two could be briefly severe with damaging winds being our primary concern. The strongest storms could contain small hail.

Our main threat with scattered storms will be the threat for flash flooding with any storm clusters into Friday.

There is plenty of humidity for these storms to feed off of which will contribute to heavy rainfall.

Rain and storms are sparking along a slow-moving front that will stall out across Northeast Ohio Friday before washing out this weekend.

Coverage will remain scattered and there will be dry times for some into this evening and Friday.

Expect the heat and humidity to stick around through the weekend keeping rain chances in the forecast.

Temperatures will also remain into the 80s.

Relief from the heat, humidity and daily opportunity for rain arrives early next week with our next cold front on deck Monday night into Tuesday.

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