Rain & t-storms Thursday, some strong to severe

Heat and Humidity Continue

Heat and Humidity Continue

A warm front is lifting in tomorrow and could spark up some showers and storms in the afternoon and early evening.Severe storms are expected to stay west. Most of the area is included in the marginal risk category for severe weather.

Rain and storms fade after sunset and areas of patchy fog forms overnight. The Storm Prediction Center has a portion of Northeast Ohio under a "marginal risk" for severe weather, meaning isolated severe thunderstorms are possible, not probable, and would be limited in duration, coverage and intensity. Expecting another round of storms this afternoon, some could be strong to severe. There will be a south wind of 6 to 13 miles per hour. Before its all said and done, rainfall amounts could be as high as a half to three-quarters of an inch.

The weekend will feature lows in the lower to mid-70s and highs in the lower 90s Saturday and mid-90s Sunday and Monday.

Heavy rains fell across the Kansas City area during Wednesday's morning rush hour, setting the stage for a stormy day.

Sunday night: Partly cloudy, low around 65. Otherwise, skies will remain quiet for the rest of the night as lows dip into the upper 60s.

Showers hang around through tonight and into the first part of Friday afternoon before the cold front exits right.

Where clouds may be on the day of the solar eclipse, August 21.

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