While some were enjoying the unusually warm January temperatures in Northeast Ohio Saturday, others just down the road weren’t as lucky.
The National Weather Service shared a graphic showing a major temperature difference in Northeast Ohio—a 29-degree difference to be exact.
While those near Cleveland Hopkins International Airport were enjoying 70-degree weather, those 20 miles away near Lorain County Regional Airport were shivering in 41-degree weather, according to NWS.
The difference was caused by a strong front moving across the area, the NWS said.
That same weather system will bring with it strong winds Saturday night, with gusts around 60 miles per hour.
Threat for wind damage overnight is increasing with a HIGH WIND WARNING that will go into effect at 10 pm for western counties & midnight for everyone else. Gusts around 60 mph likely which could mean spotty power outages & trees down. Prepare now! #ohwx#weather #wews #Cleveland pic.twitter.com/E0ADdW7I2w— Remeisha Shade (@RemeishaShadeTV) January 11, 2020
A High Wind Warning was issued by the National Weather Service Saturday afternoon for multiple counties across Northeast Ohio.