CLEVELAND — A strong line of storms developing in the west will affect portions of Northeast Ohio, specifically Cuyahoga and Lake counties Friday evening.
The National Weather Service has issued a Severe Thunderstorm Warning for Tuscarawas County effective until 5 p.m. Friday.
Severe Thunderstorm Warnings were previously issued for Huron, Erie and Sandusky counties but have since expired.
Power of 5 meteorologist Remeisha Shade gives an update on weather. Watch it in the media player below:
There’s a risk of flooding with these storms, which have the potential to become severe as the evening progresses.
I'm monitoring a line of strong storms building to our west. A few showers & storms are also trying to develop ahead of main line. Stay alert this PM for storms that may become severe. #ohwx#weather #wews #Cleveland pic.twitter.com/EPngKcLyX4— Remeisha Shade (@RemeishaShadeTV) July 10, 2020
Thunderstorms will have high rainfall rates, leading to flash flooding and localized amounts of 2 to 3 inches of rain for some areas.
The main threats will be very heavy rain that could lead to flooding and damaging winds over 60 mph.
Make sure you're staying safe: When you hear thunder, it's time to head inside.
Another round of storms likely Saturday morning/early afternoon. Plan on more heavy rain.
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