Sunday, May 2, 2010

Big Changes On the Way

Well the 7 day forecast is one with a lot of twists and turns.  Heavy rain likely this morning through Monday morning.  Could see localized flooding so keep that in mind if you live or drive through low areas.  Then we dry up and should get close to, if not break the 80 degree mark for the middle of the week.  Another front will arrive by the end of the week, and then highs in the mid 50's possible for next weekend.  You gotta love Ohio right?!?! 

We may have dodged a bullet tonight.  It is now 4:44 AM Sunday morning and I have been in the weather center all night just in case severe weather broke out...  We did have a very strong cell of storms move from Richmond East-Northeastward toward Darke, Miami, then to Logan/Champaign Counties until it finally exited the Valley.  There still is a tornado watch box that is to our west.  The box does overlay several counties, but the National Weather Service did not "technically" include them in the watch.  That being said, the storms could have still produced dangerous weather, and it is much better to err on the side of caution and be prepared for the storms.  Things look to start quiet down in the coming hours after one final line to our south will move through.  More rain and severe weather could be possible for Sunday PM, so as soon as the all-clear is given, heading home and getting sleep will be top priority just in case we see a repeat.  Have a good one and keep the umbrella handy for Sunday.

Andrew Buck Michael

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