PORT CLINTON – The sudden arrival of warm and sunny spring weather has not come without a fair share of strong April showers, which habr been ruffling some feathers along the wetlands of Lake Erie’s western coast.
On Tuesday, the National Weather Service in Cleveland issued a hazardous weather outlook for more than 20 counties in northern Ohio, including Ottawa, Sandusky, Seneca and Erie.
According to the outlook, several rounds of showers and thunderstorms late Tuesday could bring large hail, damaging winds, localized flooding and the possibility of an isolated tornado.
The National Weather Service’s Storm Prediction Center described it as a “slight risk for severe weather” due to the potential threats from the thunderstorms, which the main time is expected in the late afternoon through the night Tuesday.
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