The storms overnight rolled through and luckily not a lot of damage here in Ohio, other than a few power outages. There were reports of at least twenty tornadoes across the Southern US, but here in Ohio we only had strong winds around 45-50 miles per hour, which is just below the severe weather criteria of 58 mph. So by 5AM the threat moved out of here with a few morning showers sticking around. We still could see a shower or two into the afternoon, but the big story will be the windy conditions. We have a Wind Advisory through the afternoon with winds 20-30 mph with gusts possible up to 50 mph.
Temperatures will remain pretty mild for the week ahead and the coolest day looks like tomorrow with a high of 39. The rest of the week we will top out in the 40's and then a chance for rain on Thursday. I talked on Saturday about how we would be sandwiched between two systems and it looks like the Southern system will swing north and could bring a wintry mix Wednesday night and then showers on Thursday. After today a pretty quite week except for Thursday. Stay grounded today in the strong winds and have a good one!
Andrew Buck Michael