STRONG STORMS POSSIBLE LATER TODAY:
As we’re always in full transparency without hype, let’s start by highlighting the word “possible”.
A strong cold front will dive southeast through the Region later today and will rapidly kick off strong to severe storms. Just WHERE this happens is still in question–it will be somewhere in the southern Michigan, Indiana, western Ohio corridor.
These storms then congeal into several lines that roll southeast through the Ohio Valley through the overnight.
Damaging winds will be likely with these, but hail and isolated tornadoes are possible as well.
Timeframe for development will likely be after 5pm, more towards the evening and late evening. Stay tuned!