TORNADO WATCH ISSUED FOR NORTHERN INDIANA, FAR WESTERN OHIO UNTIL 8PM
RADAR SNAPSHOT AT OF 11:30AM
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Plenty of sunny breaks which will only destabilize the atmosphere which will promote more storm development. Visible satellite image here...
The discussion posted here yesterday still holds:
High resolution HRRR model brings the main line of strong/severe storms into western Ohio by 6PM...8PM across northern Ohio
To put this into perspective, Ohio is put into a HIGH risk SEVERE WEATHER area about once every 3-5 years.
Tornado chances seem higher in Illinois and IndianaSuper strong jet stream...left front exit region over Lake Erie
Upper level diverging air at 500mB (18,000 feet) which translates into rising air at the surface.
A very large temperature gradient. Sunday morning temperatures are already pushing 60 across northern Ohio
All of these conditions will produce very strong winds at the surface in excess of 40-45 mph later today.