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TIMELINE: Threat for tornadoes, severe storms Wednesday


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KELLY: YEAH, I SAID TO COLIN YESTERDAY, IS EVERYONE JUST HOT AND SWEATY AND STICKY? [LAUGHTER] A COUPLE OF SHOWERS TODAY, PROBABLY. RANDI: YEAH, WE ARE TALKING ABOUT THE TEMPERATURES AND HUMIDITY. IT WILL BE ABOUT 88 DEGREES BEFORE THE STORMS HIT. THAT HUMIDITY, THOUGH, IT FEELS LIKE 93, 94. WE ARE TALKING ABOUT A MUCH GREATER THREAT FOR SEVERE STORMS TODAY VERSUS THE FEW THAT WE DID SEE YESTERDAY. HERE IS A BREAKDOWN OF THE TIMING. IT IS OBVIOUSLY HOT AND HUMID THIS MORNING. I THINK WE WILL SEE STRAY SHOWERS OR STORMS AHEAD OF THAT LINE, SO BETWEEN ABOUT :00 A.M. AND NOON — 10:00 A.M. AND NOON, A COUPLE OF POCKETS OF RAIN WILL POP UP, BUT THAT MAINLINE EXPECTED ROLE EAST TO WEST ACROSS OUR AREA BETWEEN 2:00 P.M. AND 7:00 P.M. SO THE HEART OF THE AFTERNOON AND INTO THE EVENING. THAT FRONT WILL BE GONE BY ABOUT 10:00 TONIGHT, THE LAST TWO SHOWERS MOVING OUT AS THE SUN GOES DOWN. AS FAR AS RAINFALL TOTALS, THOUGH, ANYWHERE FROM A QUARTER OF AN INCH TO UP TO TWO INCHES OF RAINFALL. THESE STORMS ARE GOING TO BE VERY FAST-MOVING. I THINK THERE WILL BE MOVING AT 45, 50 MILES AN HOUR, WHICH BRINGS THE POTENTIAL FOR WIND DAMAGE AND ALSO THE CHURNING IN THE ATMOSPHERE, THE COMBO OF THE LEFTOVER OF CRISTOBA AND THIS COLD FRONT, WE DO HAVE THE THREAT FOR TORNADOES IN OUR AREA. YOU NEED TO BE AWARE OF YOUR SITUATION AND WHERE YOUR SAFE BASE I — PLACE IS. RIGHT NOW, THINGS ARE QUIET. YOU CAN SEE THE FRONT GETTING ORGANIZED BACK ALONG THE MISSISSIPPI RIVER. A FEW SPOTTY SHOWERS AND STORMS OUT AHEAD OF THIS AS EARLY AS MIDMORNING. FUTURECAST BITE :00 TO 10:00 A.M. MORE LIKE TEMPLATE COMING LET PHIM CLICK THAT WE START TO SEE SOME POCKETS OF RAIN. SUPERINTENDENTS HERE THROUGH THE LUNCH HOUR. AFTER ABOUT 2:00, 3:00, THAT COLD FRONT APPROACHES, AND YOU CAN SEE WITH ALL OF THE HEAT AND HUMIDITY IN THE AIR, YOU DO NOT GET LIGHT SPRINKLES. WE WILL HAVE SOME INTENSE RAINFALL. BETWEEN THE EVENING RUSH HOUR, FOUR :00, 5:00, 6:00, YOU SEE THAT LINE AROUND 61/75. BY 6:00, 7:00, IT IS MOVING ITS WAY OUT TO THE EAST. ALL THIS LEFT ARE A COUPLE OF STRAGGLER SHOWERS AS THAT COLD FRONT MOVED THROUGH. SO IT IS NOT EVEN 9:00 A.M. IT IS STILL 75 DEGREES, WINDS OUT OF THE SOUTH AT 14 MILES AN HOUR. THE DEW POINT IS IN THE 70’S. THAT IS THAT STICKY FEEL. TEMPERATURES TOP OUT IN THE 80’S, BUT IT WILL FEEL LIKE THE MID-90’S, ASSUMING IT IS NOT STORMING IN YOUR PART OF TOWN AS WE GET INTO THE AFTERNOON. TODAY OBVIOUSLY A WEATHER IMPACT DAY. WE ARE LOOKING FOR A HIGH OF 87 DEGREES. IT WILL BE HOT AND HUMID WITH THOSE AFTERNOON STORMS, AND WE WILL SEE SEVERE WEATHER IN OUR REGION. TONIGHT, WE ARE DIPPING DOWN TO 60 DO. THAT RAIN ENDS BY ABOUT 9:00, 10:00. THE HUMIDITY DROPS, THE CLOUDS CLEAR, AND TOMORROW IS BEAUTIFUL — SUNSHINE AND 80 DEGREES WITH LOWER HUMIDITY. GETTING INTO FRIDAY, MORE THE SAME, AT 85. SATURDAY, WE HAVE A FEW SHOWERS. THEY WILL MAINLY BE AFTER LUNCHTIME. NOTHING TOO HEAVY.

TIMELINE: Threat for tornadoes, severe storms Wednesday

The humid air will clash with a strong cold front in Cincinnati on Wednesday afternoon, bringing a threat for strong, fast moving severe storms. This threat ramps up after 2 p.m., and will linger into the evening hours.LIVE RADAR // LATEST ALERTSWednesday morning, it will be sticky and sweaty. Humidity is high and temperatures are climbing through the 80s. It will feel like the low to mid 90s as that front gets closer. We could see some spotty areas of rain by late morning, but the main line holds off until the middle of the afternoon.Cincinnati’s threat for severe storms is strongest between 2 and 7 p.m.. A cold front will sweep from west to east across the area during the afternoon triggering widespread thunderstorm. Damaging winds and a few tornadoes look possible. While the greatest tornado threat is near and north of Interstate 70, Cincinnati will be on the southern end of a potential severe weather outbreak centered across northern Ohio and Michigan. It will be quite windy, even when the storms aren’t in your area. The last few straggler showers exit by 9 or 10 p.m. Overnight, the clouds clear and the humidity drops. Lows hit the low 60s early on Thursday.The weather will be nice Thursday and Friday. Sunny skies will bring highs around 80 Thursday and 85 Friday. Nights will be comfortable with lows around 60.Even cooler weather is expected this weekend. A shower threat will be possible Saturday as skies remain mostly cloudy to end the weekend and start next week. A parked storm center will develop across the Great Lakes and Ohio Valley keeping highs in the mid 70s and nights cool in the mid 50s. We will need to watch rain chances as well, especially next week.

The humid air will clash with a strong cold front in Cincinnati on Wednesday afternoon, bringing a threat for strong, fast moving severe storms.

This threat ramps up after 2 p.m., and will linger into the evening hours.

LIVE RADAR // LATEST ALERTS

Wednesday morning, it will be sticky and sweaty. Humidity is high and temperatures are climbing through the 80s.

It will feel like the low to mid 90s as that front gets closer. We could see some spotty areas of rain by late morning, but the main line holds off until the middle of the afternoon.

Cincinnati’s threat for severe storms is strongest between 2 and 7 p.m.. A cold front will sweep from west to east across the area during the afternoon triggering widespread thunderstorm.

Damaging winds and a few tornadoes look possible. While the greatest tornado threat is near and north of Interstate 70, Cincinnati will be on the southern end of a potential severe weather outbreak centered across northern Ohio and Michigan.

It will be quite windy, even when the storms aren’t in your area.

The last few straggler showers exit by 9 or 10 p.m. Overnight, the clouds clear and the humidity drops. Lows hit the low 60s early on Thursday.

The weather will be nice Thursday and Friday. Sunny skies will bring highs around 80 Thursday and 85 Friday. Nights will be comfortable with lows around 60.

Even cooler weather is expected this weekend. A shower threat will be possible Saturday as skies remain mostly cloudy to end the weekend and start next week.

A parked storm center will develop across the Great Lakes and Ohio Valley keeping highs in the mid 70s and nights cool in the mid 50s. We will need to watch rain chances as well, especially next week.



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