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Evening storm brings potentially damaging winds of up to 60mph, localized flooding in some areas

Posted at 8:49 AM, Apr 07, 2020
and last updated 2020-04-07 20:33:49-04

CLEVELAND — Drying out after a round of heavy morning rain. We're watching water levels closely as our next wave gathers strength.

News 5 Chief Meteorologist Mark Johnson gives an update below.

We're mainly dry this afternoon with temps back in the mid-60s. That's warm and muggy enough to fuel a couple thunder showers but our big focus is on Tuesday night.

Stronger storms building over MI and IN coming our way overnight could be damaging. Winds gusting over 60 mph possible, which is enough to knock down trees. Some areas may even get a few power outages. Make sure to charge your devices before bed.

The Power of 5 Weather team will be tracking them all tonight.


Tuesday: Morning Storms, few afternoon showers. Warmer.| High: 65º | S 5-10 mph

Tonight: Strong storms likely, wind damage possible. | Low: 54º | SW 5-15

Wednesday: Storms fading early, mainly dry, mild afternoon| High: 59º | NW 5-10 mph

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