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Overnight: cloudy, low in the lower 70s. Sunday: chance of showers and thunderstorms, high near 90, wind southwest 6-11 m.p.h. Sunday night: chance for showers and thunderstorms, low in the lower 70s. Monday: chance for showers and thunderstorms, high in the upper 80s, wind southwest 8-14 m.p.h.
Hot and humid air will remain over Ohio for several more days. Showers and thunderstorms could develop on Sunday afternoon when the air at the surface warms and the atmosphere becomes unstable. A weak, slow moving cold front stretches across the Great Lakes to northern Missouri. Convergence along the front could produce showers and thunderstorms which could reach Ohio on Sunday night. A second, stronger cold front is over North and South Dakota. The second cold front will approach Ohio on Monday. More showers and thunderstorms could develop when the stronger cold front lifts the humid air. ***Subtropical Storm Beryl*** At 11:00 a.m. EDT on Sunday the center of Subtropical Storm Beryl was located at latitude 38.1N and longitude 64.7W which put it about 450 miles south of Halifax, Nova Scotia. Beryl was moving toward the east-northeast at 3 m.p.h. The maximum sustained wind speed was 40 m.p.h. and the minimum surface pressure was 1010 mb
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