The wet weather will continue. Last night we had a line of storms roll through that caused some minor wind damage to the Mercer and Auglaize counties. There were reports of a barn suffering damage, power lines down, and a few large limbs also knocked down. All associated with straight line winds as the storms rolled in. The storms are out of here for this morning, but more storms expected later today. The image with this blog is from a forecast model, the WRF, from 10PM tonight. While the entire area has a chance to see rain, the best chance for severe storms, which is still only a slight chance, will be the Southern Miami Valley. They will have more energy for the storms to work with and use to strengthen. We reached 80 yesterday and only 78 today as cooler air moves in just for this morning.
By tomorrow the system tries to leave, but we could still have a spotty shower or storm as we get into the lower 80's. Mid 80's and partly cloudy Thursday then more rain returns heading into the end of the week. Storms roll back in for Friday and Saturday and then cooler weather by early next week. Stay dry, cool, and have a good one!
Andrew Buck Michael
(Rabbit, Rabbit, Rabbit)