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Severe weather in area may be classified as ‘weather bomb’




TIFFIN — Are you ready for another huge storm system to hit the Tiffin area?

Meteorologists are saying it could happen Friday (Nov. 17) and Saturday (Nov. 18) — and that it could be worse than the storm that hit the area a little over a week ago. This time, the storms could be classified as a “weather bomb.”

According to WHIO, an active week of weather will bring rain, wind, and potentially some snow showers or flurries as we head into the weekend. The first of two storm systems will bring breezy conditions and afternoon rain showers Wednesday.

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The rain won’t last long as we’ll be in-between systems Thursday. The second storm system is set to arrive by late Friday. As this system moves over the Great Lakes, it could intensify rapidly, become a weather “bomb”, and thus producing strong winds across the Ohio Valley this weekend.

Friday and Saturday appear to be the days you’ll want to focus on.

Sometimes these power storm systems can form near or over the Great Lakes and are aided by the relatively warm waters of the lakes. Late this week, we may get to witness what one of these intense storm systems looks — and feels — like, according to WHIO.

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See pictures from last week’s storm:

Slideshow: Storm in Tiffin on Sunday, November 5, 2017

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