CLEVELAND — A line of strong storms is developing and moving towards Cleveland Monday afternoon. Afternoon storms will affect Northern Portage, Southern Geauga, Eastern Cuyahoga, Southwestern Lake and Northeastern Summit counties, according to the NWS.
Remeisha Shade gives an update on Monday's storms. Watch it in the media player below:
Radar indicated strong storms were located near Cleveland to Streetsboro.
Heavy rain now pushing over #Medina & into western parts of #Barberton - can't rule out some occasional rumbles of thunder also with this line. #ohwx#weather #wews #Cleveland #Cle pic.twitter.com/p4YLIzCgAy— Remeisha Shade (@RemeishaShadeTV) June 7, 2021
Power of 5 team was tracking heavy rain over Medina that was heading into western parts of Barberton.
Wind gusts of 40 mph or more are possible with these storms this afternoon.
Affected cities include:
- Cleveland Heights
- Warrensville Heights
- South Russell
The strongest may even spit out some small hail. Few additional showers and storms are possible tonight with super muggy air in place.
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