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Jim Cantore Jun 17
Numerous flooded roads in this area of Ohio. Barberton, Polk, Norton just some areas impacted. KCLE - Super-Res Reflectivity Tilt 1 5:28 AM EDT
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Rachael Penton 1h
You know the flooding is bad in your neighborhood when you can canoe down the street 🌧🚣🏻‍♀️🤔
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Eddie Wolff Jun 13
Gusty winds will continue through the overnight, but should quiet down by the morning. We may see gusts near 20 mph again tomorrow afternoon.
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Channel 3 Weather 30m
Here's a look at the latest weather map as of June 18, 2019 at 01:30PM
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NEOChasers 18h
Bring on the Ohio wedges.
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Keya - #WXWOC ✊🏿 32m
Clearer shot of the rainbow from yesterday.
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NW Ohio Wx 18m
Partly cloudy skies this afternoon in . Current temperatures in the 70s. Isolated showers/storms remain in the forecast through the rest of the afternoon. Shower and thunderstorm chances increase starting tomorrow.
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Channel 3 Weather 14m
Check out our Channel 3 Q&A of the day Tuesday!
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miles m 34s
Temp:72.6°F WchillLow:64.9°F Wind:0 mph Dir:S Baro:Falling slowly Rain2day:1.23in Hum:0% UV:4.5 @ 14:00 06/18/19
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DonaldWHilty (A Big Weather Geek) Jun 17
Not good heavy rain continues to come in. I see Areal Flood Warnings soon for Southern Wayne County in Ohio. Especially if heavy rain continues to fall. hope your moderating closely.
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Mike Joyce 7h
Visibility is down to a half a mile in some spots this morning. Video fog update:
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DonaldWHilty (A Big Weather Geek) Jun 15
at 11:24Pm June 15, 2019 ponding on roadway Wooster, Ohio Wayne County
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Cory Smith Jun 16
Some lightning visible from the station tonight.
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Michael C Thomas Jun 16
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NWS Cleveland 24h
A NWS storm survey confirmed a tornado with EF-1 damage that occurred yesterday afternoon. The tornado began in Southington and tracked about 13 miles to the southeast before lifting in Warren. Several outbuildings were destroyed and extensive tree damage occurred.
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Eric Elwell 24h
JUST IN: TWO MORE TORNADOES confirmed to have touched down in Ohio. One EF1 tornado touched down in Cuyahoga County and another one in Portage County which moved into Trumbull County, also rated EF1. (VIA )
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Carly Smith 4h
It's been wet for way too long. We've been well above avg since Feb, and the trend is likely to continue.
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Erin Carroll 7h
FLASH FLOODING this morning in southern Ohio is possible as a few more heavy rounds of rain move through. Afternoon rain should be more spotty.
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Beth Carpenter | TDS Weather 7h
Another day, another flash flooding risk. Best chance for this to occur today will be in the pink oval. Localized rainfall amounts of 2-4” possible. Forecast radar for 4pm EDT shown.
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John Burchfield 9h
🚨 SUNSHINE WARNING 🚨 A bright object in the sky may hurt your eyes if unprotected. Seek sunglasses immediately. Not an all-out sunny day, but still nice.
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