Episode #108: Ohio Storm Reports

Wednesday’s squall line affected virtually everyone in Ohio at one point or another, some affected to a greater degree than others. The squall line itself was impressive, but what happened after the line passed has to be considered just as dramatic!

Watch the time lapse I captured on my GoPro Hero 8 camera. The storm itself was impressive, but the mammatus clouds that appeared behind the storm had to be some of the “best” I’ve seen in over 30 years here in Ohio!

And this image was captured by former weather intern, Lauren Hilko, west of Cleveland.

At least one tornado was confirmed in the Leetonia area of Columbiana County at around 9:30 p.m. Here is a screen shot of the velocity scan from Cleveland NEXRAD clearly showing the rotation in the storm.

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