Flood watch issued for some; Rainfall totals expected - WJW FOX eight news Cleveland

CLEVELAND (WJW) — Some Northeast Ohio counties are under a flood watch as rain is expected to go into the enviornment on Sunday night.

Carroll, Coshocton, Tuscarawas Counties are under the flood watch except Monday morning.

Sunday marks the primary day due to the fact that closing month after we'll have common rain and storms.

The storm equipment is weakening because it travels northeast. We'll see partial breaks then the widespread rain will arrive late this evening along the entrance.

Showers/few storms proceed but weakening as they head NE. Partial breaks behind…then frequent rain/storms late PM/night along the front @fox8news pic.twitter.com/YBwSiG8KFi

— Scott Sabol, Meteorologist CBM/CCM (@ScottSabolFOX8) July 17, 2022

These will put down some fairly heavy rain from time to time in spots; often 1/four″ to 1/2″ with 1-2″ in the community.

Temperatures received't be as warm on account of the rain and storms.

extremely excessive humidity via Wednesday.

by means of early afternoon Monday, the two day rainfall totals will support in chipping away on the rainfall deficit and irregular dryness across northeast Ohio. Most locations will get round an inch and some areas closer to an inch and a half.

here's a daily breakdown of rainfall expected through the workweek:

right here's the newest eight-day forecast:

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