Another round of severe storms is marching across northern Ohio Tuesday evening, but will stay farther north than Monday’s clusters of tornado-bearing storms.
A severe thunderstorm watch was in effect for the northern counties of Ohio until 8 p.m., and weather watches and warnings have extended from the southern Plains to New York City on the edge of a frontal boundary separating tropical air to the south and cooler air farther north.
Strong storms are likely in parts of Ohio again on Wednesday in a persistent stream of warm, muggy air flowing into a wavering boundary over northern Ohio.
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