Ohio Weather Alert: Showers and Storms Continue Across the Region


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Wilmington, OH – Ohioans can expect another day of wet weather as a slow-moving system continues to impact the area. The National Weather Service in Wilmington has reported that scattered showers and isolated storms will persist through Wednesday evening, accompanied by plenty of cloud cover. High temperatures for the day are forecasted to remain slightly below normal due to the extensive cloudiness.

The latest weather maps indicate that high temperatures will vary across the region, with several areas experiencing highs in the low 70s. Regarding precipitation, expected rainfall amounts through Thursday morning range from a light 0.01 inches to as much as 0.5 inches in some locations. Residents should prepare for potentially locally heavy downpours and stay informed on weather updates as the situation progresses.


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