Warm and muggy, chance for some afternoon strong storms in Cleveland

Good morning, Cleveland. First off, I would like to express my sincere apology for an inaccurate forecast for the greater Cleveland area. The damaging wind event never took shape for our region due to a cloud cover that kept the cap in place in the atmosphere. The southern areas of northeastern Ohio got the bulk of the severe weather. There are reports of some power outages and trees down in many parts of Stark, Carroll, Tuscarawas, and Columbiana counties. Some parts of greater Cleveland did get a brief heavy downpour from a thunderstorm that developed over the lake.

This morning, the cloud cover continues to control the weather agenda over greater Cleveland this morning. There are some areas around the region dealing with some patchy, dense fog. If your traveling in the low lying valley, be aware of reduce visibilities. Our temperatures are starting out in the lower 70s in many spots. The cold frontal boundary that passes by the region yesterday didn’t do much in a way of shutting the humidity down. It is still quite muggy.

Mostly Cloudy Skies, Warm, And Muggy Conditions Are Prevailing Across Greater Cleveland.  A Slight Risk For Severe Storms Will Be Around As Showers And Thunderstorms Make A Comeback For This Afternoon And Evening.

Mark Spencer says today will be very hot and humid with highs in the middle to upper 90s and a decent threat for severe thunderstorms later this afternoon. There is a lot to cover, so be sure to watch the video for all of the details! Will we cool back down and will we see any drought relief? Find out in our UPDATED 7 Day Forecast! Visit www.neoweather.com and Like us on Facebook for all of the latest weather updates!  Recapping yesterday's severe weather event and looking to today and the weekend forecast.  Neoweather is Ohio's Home For Weather.

Video: 7-26-12: Hot With Severe Storms Likely This Afternoon

This afternoon, greater Cleveland can expect to see some of the cloud cover to remain around the region as the next frontal boundary will being to move into our region, this afternoon. The Storm Prediction Center has put most of the counties to our south and west under a slight risk for severe thunderstorms. We expect to see some showers and thunderstorms during the late afternoon and early evening. The bulk of the storms could hit the strong to severe category with damaging winds around 55 mph. The computer models are indicating the best chance for a severe storm will be in the western suburbs of our region. We do not expect any of the storms to be as violent as yesterday’s event down in the southern counties. Our high temperatures for this afternoon will hit the lower to middle 80s.

Overnight, greater Cleveland will remain mostly cloudy with some showers and thunderstorms hanging around. The best chance of storms will be in our eastern suburbs. It will still remain humid with our low temperatures falling into the upper 60s.

Saturday, greater Cleveland will be dealing with more of the same weather as the upper-level low pressure will continue to move off to the eastern parts of the region. We can expect more showers and storms to stick around. Our high temperatures will climb into the lower 80s with muggy conditions still persisting.

Sunday and Monday, greater Cleveland will finally clear out as an upper-level high pressure begins to take over the weather across the region. We can expect beautiful sunshine and drier conditions. Our high temperatures will be in the lower 80s for Sunday and the middle 80s for Monday.

Tuesday and Wednesday, greater Cleveland will have the next chance of precipitation as the next cold frontal boundary approaches our region. The afternoon and evening will bring us showers and thunderstorms back into the forecast. Our high temperatures will only climb into the lower 80s.

Thursday, greater Cleveland will clear out once again with partly cloudy skies. Our high temperatures will only reach the upper 70s to near 80 degrees.

Have a wonderful TGIF, Cleveland. God bless and enjoy.

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