CLEVELAND — Hurricane Barry had made its way to Northeast Ohio.
The remnants of Barry will continue to spin up scattered storms tonight and tomorrow with the heaviest rain and flooding potential Wednesday. One or two storms today could produce some brief heavy rain and a wet microburst with wind damage. Wednesday's rain and storms will be a bit more widespread.
Heavy rain could invoke a couple of flash flood warnings during the afternoon and evening Wednesday.
One to two inches of rain are expected in some spots, but for the most part it will be a steady rain.
Once the rain clears out, a heat wave will settle in for several days.