CLEVELAND (WJW) – Early morning storms are reducing winds but another is developing and is expected to make landfall around 10 a.m. with a cold front.
There may be strong, severe storms with gusty winds.
ONE HIGH WIND WARNING operated from Saturday morning through Saturday night because of strong winds in the vicinity of more than 60 mph over Lake Counties and northern Ashtabula. ONE WIND CONSULTATION was issued starting Saturday at 11 a.m. and continuing through 7 p.m., sustained 20-35 mph westerlies with possible gusts of 50-55 mph.
Temperatures start in the 60s and drop to 30 at dusk. Small accumulations are expected after cooler air catches up Saturday night in the snow and ice.
A quiet week is coming with some sunshine and another range of above-average temperatures.
Here is the latest 8 Day FOX Forecast:
https://fox8.com/weather/another-round-of-storms-heading-into-northeast-ohio-see-how-low-temps-will-drop-by-sunset/ Another storm hits Northeast Ohio; See how low temperatures will drop at sunset