19 First Alert Weather Days activated this weekend across Northeast Ohio, isolated severe storms possible

Published: Aug. 19, 2022 at 1:40 AM EDT|Updated: Aug. 19, 2022 at 10:50 PM EDT
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CLEVELAND, Ohio (WOIO) - A few clouds early will lend way to predominantly starry conditions overnight as temperatures fall into the lower 60s.

The 19 First Alert Weather Team has activated alert days for Saturday afternoon through Sunday.

Our next storm system is taking shape west of Chicago tonight but will slowly be advancing our direction through the weekend.

Most of Saturday looks to stay dry. It will be warm and the humidity will be noticeable.

Expect daytime highs to climb into the middle 80s.

A few spotty storms remain possible late Saturday afternoon into Saturday evening.

Scattered activity will linger Saturday night with increasing coverage through Sunday.

Isolated storms could be strong to severe capable of producing damaging wind gusts along with heavy rainfall.

The team will monitor the severe threat along with the isolated flooding concern through the weekend.

This storm system will pass through Monday leaving spotty storm chances in the forecast before exiting Northeast Ohio Tuesday.

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