April 15, 2024

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Early All-Clear in Holmes County as Storm System Exits Ohio

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Holmes County residents get the "all-clear" as Tornado Watch lifted early. Overnight storms bring rain and wind, but no tornadoes reported. Stay weather-aware this spring!
Storm System Exits Ohio

Early All-Clear in Holmes County as Storm System Exits Ohio

Residents of Holmes County, Ohio, breathed a sigh of relief this morning as the National Weather Service (NWS) lifted a Tornado Watch several hours ahead of schedule. The watch, initially set to expire at 10:00 AM, was canceled before dawn after overnight storms moved through the state.

While the storms brought strong winds and heavy rain to parts of Northeast Ohio, thankfully, no tornadoes were reported. Holmes County was the only area in the WKYC viewing area placed under a Tornado Watch, with the rest of the region experiencing typical spring showers and blustery conditions.

The early cancellation of the watch is a testament to the dedicated work of the NWS and local emergency management officials. They continuously monitored the weather conditions and made the decision to lift the watch as soon as the threat of tornadoes subsided.

While the severe weather threat has passed for now, it’s always a good reminder to stay weather-aware, especially during the spring season when storms are more frequent. Make sure you have a plan in place in case of severe weather, including a designated shelter area and a way to receive weather updates.

Here are some additional resources to stay weather-ready:

By staying informed and being prepared, you can help keep yourself and your loved ones safe during severe weather events.


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