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Afternoon thunderstorms could bring possible flooding and damaging winds

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Posted at 7:38 AM, Jun 04, 2020
and last updated 2020-06-04 07:43:03-04

CLEVLEAND — The highest threat for damaging storms is well outside of Ohio, but that doesn't mean we can let our guard down. After a round of morning thundershowers, we have an even better shot at stronger storms. The severe storm threat is limited but we can't rule it out.

Severe weather for Thursday, June 4.

Plan on thunderstorms building this afternoon, which should start around 2 p.m. across the state. Our biggest threat will be "training t-storms" leading to flooding. We still can't rule out damaging wind or hail from the strongest storms, though.

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Severe weather for Thursday, June 4.

Again, plan for the worst, hope for the best.

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Severe weather for Thursday, June 4.

By the weekend, we get the best. Lower humidity, tons of sunshine and zero rain chances after we dry out early Saturday.

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