NWS Wilmington, OH Office (ILN)


Hazardous Weather Outlook

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          Hazardous Weather Outlook
          National Weather Service Wilmington OH
          312 PM EST Mon Feb 26 2024
          
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          312 PM EST Mon Feb 26 2024
          
          This Hazardous Weather Outlook is for east central Indiana,
          southeast Indiana, central Ohio, southwest Ohio and west central
          Ohio.
          
          
          DAY ONE...Tonight.
          
          A few storms will be possible tonight, with some hail possible in the
          strongest activity. However, widespread severe hail is not expected.
          
          
          DAYS TWO THROUGH SEVEN...Tuesday through Sunday.
          
          Showers and thunderstorms will develop on Tuesday and continue into
          Tuesday night. A few severe storms will be possible late Tuesday
          evening and Tuesday night. The main threat will be damaging wind.
          However, isolated large hail will also be possible and a tornado
          cannot be ruled out.
          
          Outside of storms, wind gusts to around 40 mph will also be possible
          Tuesday night into Wednesday.
          
          
          SPOTTER INFORMATION STATEMENT...
          
          Spotter activation may be needed.
          
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          312 PM EST Mon Feb 26 2024
          
          This Hazardous Weather Outlook is for southeast Indiana, northeast
          Kentucky, northern Kentucky, central Ohio, south central Ohio and
          southwest Ohio.
          
          
          DAY ONE...Tonight.
          
          A few storms will be possible tonight, with some hail possible in the
          strongest activity. However, widespread severe hail is not expected.
          
          
          DAYS TWO THROUGH SEVEN...Tuesday through Sunday.
          
          Showers and thunderstorms will develop on Tuesday and continue into
          Tuesday night. A few strong to severe storms will be possible
          Tuesday night. The main threat will be damaging wind.
          
          Outside of storms, wind gusts to around 40 mph will also be possible
          Tuesday night into Wednesday.
          
          
          SPOTTER INFORMATION STATEMENT...
          
          Spotter activation is not expected at this time.
          
          $$
          
          

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