Storms move through with threat for strong winds, hail, tornado


Tracking severe weather: Storms move through Greater Cincinnati causing widespread damage



YOUR SAFE PLACE. ASHLEY: WE HAD SOME ALERTS AND WARNINGS THAT HAVE PASSED. KEN:VI YEAH,” EARLIER AROUND NORTHERN KENTUCKY. WE WERE TRACKGIN A WALL CLOUD AND ROTATION WITH THIS STORM AS IT MOVED BY. I SHOULD ALSO MENTION THAT THE SYSTEM RESPONSIBLE FOR LTAS NIGHT’S TORNADO IN KANSAS CITY IS THE SAME ONE MOVING THROUGH HE RE TODAY. NOT A SURPRISE THAT THIS SYSTEM HAS A LEGACYF O PRODUCING SEVERE WEATHER, PART OF THE REASON WHY WE WERE CONCERNED EARLIER. BUT INTERESTING THINGS ARE HAPPENING IN THE ATMOSPHERE THE NEXT SEVERAL HOURS. I HONELYST THINK, WHILE WE HAVE THIS TORNADO WATCH IN EFFECT UNTIL 10:00, I THINKHE T THREAT FOR TORNADOES NOW MAY BE ON ITS WAY DOWNHILL, GRADUALLY. WE ARE NOT IN THE CLEAR. I THINK WE HEAV ROUNDEDHE T CORNER, WITH THE GREATEST TORNADO POTENTIAL FOR THIS AFTERNOON AND EVENING. THAT SAID , IT IS STILL GOING TO BE A VYER STORMY NEXT SEVERAL HOURS. IN FACT, THERE ARE OTHER THREATS TO BE CONCERNED ABOUT. ONE IS THE POTENTIAL FOR STOSRM TO PRODUCE DAMAGING WINDS. THE OTHER WILL BE THE POTENALTI FOR STORMS TO PRODUCE VERY HEAVY RAINFALL AND LOCALIZED FLOODING. IN FACT, YOU CAN SEE WHAT I’M TALKING ABOUT. NOTICE HOW STORMS WORK MORE CELLULAR IN NATURE, LEIK CIRCLES OR KIDNEY BEANS. BUT TINOCE THIS IS STARTING TO LINE OUT A LITTLE BIT MORE. THAT IS PROBLEMATIC BECAUSE IT MEANS HEAVY RAIN WILL BE OVER THE SAME AREAS AND THE RESULT WI LL BE LOCALIZED RAINFALL AMOUNTS OF ONE NEEDS TO TWO INCHES. WEST OF THE AIRRTPO OONT 75 BACK THROUGH MUCH OF DEARBORN, INTO OHIO COUNTY DAN INDIANA, A SUMMER THUNDERSTORM WARNING IS IN EFFECT FOR EXTREME NORTHERN BUTLER COUNTY. YOU CAN SEE THE MOST INTENSE PART OF THE STORE IS JUST OUTSIDE OF BUTRLE COUNTY. BUT THERE ARADE DITIONAL STORMS IN BOTH BUTLER AND WARREN COUNTIES RIGHT NOW. PRTYET NASTY STORMS, RIGHT ON TOP OF YOU, TURTLE CREEK TOWARDS THE MASON AREA. LOOK AT ALL THE LIGHTNING, OUT TOWARDS TYLER’S BILL ROAD RFO EXAMPLE, PRETTY STORMY AS YOU HEAD UTOP THE LIBERTY CENTER AND THIS EXTENDS BACK DNOW TOWASRD WESTCHESTER, FOSTRE PARK, THE TRI-COUNTY AREA. AND ANOTHER BIG, ALHETHY STORM WEST OF HAMILTON TOWARDS MILLVILLE. STILL PLENTY OFTORMY S WEATHER TO DEAL WITH THIS EVENING. MAYBE JUST PAST THE PEAK OF TORNADO POTENTIAL. AS YOU HDEA INTO PARTS OF CLINTON COUNTY, STORMS ARE QUIETING DOWN, QUIENGTI DOWN IN ADAMS COUNTY, AT LEAST UPPER RARELY. HERE IS WHAT IS HAPPENING. A TORNADO WARNING IN THE DAYTON AREA. NORTHERN INDIANA, THERE IS A COLD FRONT END YOU CAN SEE IT REPRESENTED WITH THE STORMS. THAT IS BASICALLY WT EXCITED ALL THIS THUNDERSTORM ACTIVITY AROUND THE TRI-STATE. IT WILL TAKE FOR THIS SYSTEM TO SWING THROUGH BEFORE WE ARE COMPLELYTE IN THE CLEAR OF OUR SEVERE THREAT. THE GOOD NEWS, ITS I NOT AN ALL-NIGHT CONCERNED. THERE IS FUTURECAST AND HERE IS WHAT WE HAVE IN PLACE NOW. THE THREAT FOR STORMS UNTIL ABOUT 9:00 OR 10:00, AFTER WHICH IT IS QUIET. TOMORROW, CLOUDS TO START OUT, SHOULD BE A NICE DAY AS WE GET INTO SUNSHINE AND IT IS GOING TO BE LESS HUMID. IT WILL FEEL MORE COMFORTAEBL TOMORROW. YOUR FRIDAY START DRY, BUT I THINK WE GET SHOWERS BY FRAYID EVENING. IT IS 75 OUTDESI HERE IN CINCINNATI. LOOK AT THE DEWPOINT OF 71. THAT MEANS, AS THE NEXT ROUNDS OF STORMS MOVE IN, THEY ARE GOINTOG PRODUCE A LOT OF THEIR BRAIN IN A SRTHO TIME — L OOTF RAIN IN A SHORT TIME AND THAT IS WHY WE MAY BE TRANSITIONING FROM TORNADO THREAT TO LOCALIZED FLOOD POTENTIAL. WHERE IT HASN’T RAINED, YOU ARE CLOSE TO 80. WHERE IT RAINED NORTH OF THE RIVER, 70’S AND IN SO CMEASES UPPER 60’S. WHEN THE RAIN STOPS, IT IS GOING TO TURN AWFULLY HOT. IM BUYINGEXT N WEEK, THE POTENTIAL FOR A HEAT WAVE THAT COULD BRING DANGEROUS HEAT. SO, EARLY SRMTOS, CLOUDY OVERNIGHT, 59. MORE COMFORTABLE WHEN YOU WAKE UP, IT 70’S IN THE MORNING. HERE IS YOUR DAY PLANNER, STARTING IN THE 50’S TO AROUND 60 AND CLIMBING TO 76 BY AFTERNOON. HERE IS YOUR SEVEN-DAY FORECAST. STILERS ON FRIDAY.

Tracking severe weather: Storms move through Greater Cincinnati causing widespread damage

Strong to severe storms are making their way through Greater Cincinnati region. The storms have triggered several severe thunderstorm warnings and tornado warnings. LIVE RADAR // LATEST WEATHER ALERTS Tornado watch A tornado watch has been issued for the entire Tri-State area until 10 pm The threat of storms will begin as early as 3 pm, with the greatest threat concentrated in the 6-9 pm timeframe when a cluster of storms could produce damaging wind gusts.Heavy rain, hail, lightning and even a tornado threat are also expected.Most storms will be over by 10 pmDrier and less-humid air will arrive overnight, with lows dropping to the upper-50s. The weekend is looking great, although showers and clouds are expected Friday. highs are a little warmer Sunday in the low 80s. Expect lows between 55-60 for this weekend. Heads up for next week: It looks like we’re going into a hot stretch! We could hit our first 90-degree day, with heat indices over 100.

Strong to severe storms are making their way through Greater Cincinnati region. The storms have triggered several severe thunderstorm warnings and tornado warnings.

LIVE RADAR // LATEST WEATHER ALERTS

Tornado watch

  • A tornado watch has been issued for the entire Tri-State area until 10 pm

The threat of storms will begin as early as 3 pm, with the greatest threat concentrated in the 6-9 pm timeframe when a cluster of storms could produce damaging wind gusts.

Heavy rain, hail, lightning and even a tornado threat are also expected.

Most storms will be over by 10 pm

Drier and less-humid air will arrive overnight, with lows dropping to the upper-50s.

Highs take a step back to the 70s for Thursday through Saturday. The weekend is looking great, although showers and clouds are expected Friday.

Sunshine and beautiful weather returns for Saturday and Sunday; highs are a little warmer Sunday in the low 80s. Expect lows between 55-60 for this weekend.

Heads up for next week: It looks like we’re going into a hot stretch! We could hit our first 90-degree day, with heat indices over 100.

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