Showers/storms ending early this evening; expect blast of much colder air

On Wednesday, weather to finally feel like January

Showers/storms ending early this evening; expect blast of much colder air
A snapshot of the storms that moved through on Tuesday, prompting a severe thunderstorm warning.

TOLEDO (WTOL) - Scattered showers and storms will end early this evening. Winds will remain gusty into the night with sharply falling temperatures.

On Wednesday, the weather will finally feel like January. Daytime temperatures will be in the 20s with wind chill readings in the teens. It will be very cold through late week, though there is not much chance of any snow Wednesday through Friday.

The weekend will bring a 30 percent chance of snow to the area. This next storm system looks to move by well to the south. For that reason our 30% chance is for the possibility of a more northerly track. Look for updates Wednesday and Thursday.

IN A NUTSHELL:

This Evening: Showers/Storms Ending Early

Wednesday: Blast of Much Colder Air

Weekend: Possibility of Snow

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Earlier on Tuesday, severe weather rolled through the viewing area, with a severe thunderstorm warning briefly issued for several western counties. Northern Huron County, Erie County, eastern Seneca county and southeastern Sandusky County were under alert until 3:30 p.m.

While Wood County wasn’t under an advisory, hail did move through the area, and more was anticipated Tuesday night.

Thanks to viewer Victoria Johnson of Perrysburg for these hail pictures!

Viewer Victoria Johnson sent in pictures of hail that fell in Perrysburg on Tuesday.
Viewer Victoria Johnson sent in pictures of hail that fell in Perrysburg on Tuesday. (SOURCE: Victoria Johnson)
Viewer Victoria Johnson sent in pictures of hail that fell in Perrysburg on Tuesday.
Viewer Victoria Johnson sent in pictures of hail that fell in Perrysburg on Tuesday.

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