Warm, humid flow brings strong storms, wind and hail

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Clusters of strong to severe storms feeding off the earlier warm warm and humid air mass rolled across central Ohio Saturday afternoon into the night, with pockets of very heavy rain, wind and hail that caused flooding north of I-70.

Low pressure in the central Plains moved to northern Michigan early Sunday. A trailing cold front crossed Ohio this morning, with winds increasing from the southwest in the wake of the storm.

A wind advisory is in effect for strong winds gusting to between 30 and 40 mph, before diminishing late in the day. A mix of clouds and sunshine and very mild conditions will prevail, with readings holding steady in the mid-60s.

Dry and much cooler weather will mark the beginning of the week. A southern disturbance will brush the Ohio Valley Tuesday, with rain staying south of Ohio. Another opportunity of rain will come toward the end of the week.

Sunday: Partly sunny, windy, mild. High 67

Tonight: Some clouds, breezy. Low 44

Monday: Partly sunny, breezy, cooler. High 47

Tuesday: Mostly cloudy. High 46 (35)

Wednesday: Clouds linger, few showers. High 50 (38)

Thursday: Partly sunny. 56 (37)

Friday: Clouds increase, rain late, milder. High 62 (38)

Saturday: Early showers. High 57 (43)

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