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Up Next: Windy Weather, Snow and Potential Re-Freeze

A First Alert Day Continues as more nasty winter weather is possible tonight and overnight.

First Alert Tonight & Tuesday: Icy Conditions Take Over

Snow, Ice and Rain Ahead Tonight and Tuesday

Soaking Showers & Flood Potential Ahead

Freezing Rain, Icy Wednesday Possible

Record High Set Sunday, Two Days After A Record Low!

Multiple counties under Level 1 snow emergencies

Continued Coverage

Wednesday Was One Of Toledo’s Coldest Feeling Days Ever

Lake Erie Nearly Covered By Ice

Friday Snow Before Weekend Warm-Up

Severe Cold, Wind Chills Continue

Record Lows Coming This Week

Dangerously Cold Wind Chills This Week

Snow Accumulations Are Moving in This Weekend!

The 2018/19 Winter has been one of the warmest and snow free winters in our history. This season already has a nearly 9″ deficit in snow totals. Saturday brings in our next shot of accumulations, but totals will be low.

Interactive radar feature has undergone a makeover on WTOL’s website

Starting today, you’ll notice changes to WTOL’s interactive radar on the website that makes it even more customizable for your personal weather needs.

Heavy Rain Likely To End 2018

This year is likely to end on a very soggy note as widespread downpours are likely Monday. The showers start as early as sunrise.

Secure your decorations: First Alert Day Friday will have strong winds, downpours

Be sure to rein in your reindeer and prepare for the windy and rainy weather.

Weather looks merry and bright for Lights Before Christmas this weekend

More Chilly Ahead As We Prepare For Thanksgiving

Winter weather advisory issued for snow, icy road conditions

Thursday: Wintry Mix Returns

First Alert: First Snowflakes of the Season

First Alert Day: Election Day Tuesday

Miss out on Sunday Night’s Weather Hangout? Watch here

It's the Sunday Night Weather Hangout!

Lake Erie Temperature Dropping Quickly

Lake Erie's average temperature is dropping quickly with the clouds and cooler weather!

Trick Or Treat Outlook

Rain is looking likely on Halloween but may move out just in time for Trick-or-Treat! Our latest hour by hour has the evening hours dry after a of rain.

Hurricane Michael victims come to Toledo

Yancy Myers and his family are staying with family in Northwest Ohio because their home back in Panama City has been nearly destroyed by Hurricane Michael.

Freeze warning in effect for Tuesday

In our area, the freeze warning covers Lucas, Wood, Hancock, Seneca, Sandusky and Huron counties and the cities of Toledo, Bowling Green, Fremont, Findlay, Tiffin and Norwalk.

FIRST ALERT: Tuesday Storm Threat

Rain showers are expected to continue this evening and will remain on and off into Tuesday morning.  It will turn dramatically more humid and warmer through the day Tuesday ahead of a powerful cold front.  The FIRST ALERT Day Tuesday will focus on the threat of strong or possibly severe storms late in the day, especially into the evening and overnight. Timing of the risk of strongest storms will likely be after 6 PM.  The threat will continue through d...

FIRST ALERT: Severe Storm Risk Friday

A powerful early Autumn cold front will crash into the area this Friday bringing the risk of a few strong or possibly severe storms.  The timing of the storm will be from noon to 6 PM.  These storms may be quick moving with gusty winds the main threat.  Heavy rain does not appear to be a great threat, as these storms will be scattered and quick moving.  For most areas, the storm threat will end by 6 PM, leaving Friday night football games and other evening activiti...

Hurricane Florence: Hours From Landfall

The first Major Hurricane of the Atlantic season is making it's way toward the East Coast of the United States! Hurricane Florence is sustained at a powerful Category 4 Hurricane, with winds at 140 mph. This system is quickly moving west at 15 mph toward the Carolina Shore.  Florence is set to make direct landfall on the coast of North Caroline sometime late Thursday afternoon/evening at at least Category 4 strength. Evacuation orders are in place along with a Hurricane ...

Several Rounds of Showers & Storms Ahead!

Pull out the rain gear, today is going to be a soggy one. Several rounds of showers and storms will continue to move through our area starting out the door this morning!  The bus stop will bring widespread showers, a few rumbles of thunder and very muggy feel as temperatures start off in the low 70s.  Outdoor lunch may not be the driest plan for your Tuesday. If you do miss a shower at mid-day, it will still be overcast with a very muggy feel.  Driving home ...

Perseid Meteor Shower Peaks This Weekend

The best and most highly anticipated meteor shower of the year will peak this weekend! The Perseid meteor shower is expected to dazzle with 60-70 meteors per hour according to space experts.  The meteor shower will peak this Saturday and Sunday nights.   Under the waning crescent moon, planets Mars and Saturn will also be visible along with Venus and Jupiter just for a couple hours after sunset.  The Perseid meteor shower will be best after midnight, in dark skies fr...

First Alert: Strong Storms Possible Tonight!

FIRST ALERT has been issued for potentially strong to severe storms this evening and into the overnight. All of Northwest Ohio and Southeast Michigan are in the area of potential storm threats.  Two rounds of storms will move across our area. The first will push through 3 PM - 7 PM with the second moving through 9 PM - 1 AM. Main threats with the stronger storms will be powerful straight line winds, small hail and soaking downpours.  For all live coverage and p...