Severe Storms Tonight

Cold Start Easter Weekend

A squall line of intense thunderstorms, some severe with damaging winds and a tornado, will press across the region tonight from west to east.   Precautionary plans should already be in place, such as knowing where to go in a tornado warning and outdoor lawn furniture being secured.   The worst of this squall line will exit to the east of Columbus before daybreak, and eventually push past I-75 later in the morning.  WLTZ First Weather will have round-the-clock coverage of this severe weather outbreak.

Hit/miss showers and a thundershower can redevelop on the backside of our exiting storm system for Friday afternoon.  However, a cooler gusty wind will also take shape.

Saturday will remain windy with times of clouds and sun; even the chance of a brief afternoon shower.

Easter Sunday starts chilly, but the afternoon will be quite nice.

The next threat to get wet will come with a shower and thunderstorm later next week.   Stay tuned.

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