Warm, humid conditions expected for Monday

Cheryl Sanders
August 13, 2019

It's going to be more humid than in recent days, Mazza said. Some of the evening and overnight storms could be strong or severe. Severe weather moves into the mid-Atlantic on Tuesday.

A huge chunk of the state was placed under the flash flood watch, but the greatest threat was to central New Jersey, according to the National Weather Service's afternoon briefing. Highs could still reach the 80s in the Akron area.

An isolated strong storm is possible, but the better chance for severe weather is south of us in IL and Iowa where they are under the enhanced risk for severe weather.

Monday: Mostly cloudy with a few AM showers, afternoon and evening isolated storms, Overnight widespread storms.

Friday will be mostly sunny with a high of 83 and a low of 63.

Plan on a large complex of showers and storms now over western Iowa to make steady progress east this morning.

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THE REST OF THE WEEK: A stray shower could linger into Wednesday morning, but most of the area remains dry.

Tuesday: Mostly cloudy with leftover AM showers, then clearing skies. Low temperatures dip just below 70-degrees.

Outside of the slight rain chance in the morning, we should see a break with sunshine mixed with clouds for much of the late morning and early afternoon hours.

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