Isolated tornados also are possible.
AccuWeather reports after a surge of warmth, storms will ease heat and humidity levels across the Great Lakes and northeastern United States prior to the middle of the week.
Threat of severe thunderstorms today.
Daytime temperatures in the low to mid-80s will be common through Sunday.
Downed trees and downed live power lines make travel dangerous in parts of Sandusky.
60 mph winds and hail possible.
Unique weather patterns and a transitional La Niña dominate; summer expected to linger into early fall
Dryness and heat will be a common theme in Ohio and the rest of the Midwest.
“We’ve received warmer winters without paying the price for hotter summers.”
Level 1 snow emergency issued.
Here’s what we can expect from polar vortex drop tonight through Sunday.
Main thrust of cold air will aim at the Great Lakes region, giving chilly start to April.
Overnight thunderstorm possible
Storm to bring major disruptions to travel, school and other daily activities prior to Easter.
Four-week festival, which runs from March 20 to April 17, draws 1.5 million visitors.