CINCINNATI - The National Weather Service issued a Severe Thunderstorm Warning for parts of the Tri-State Tuesday evening that has now expired.
Franklin and Fayette counties in Indiana were under the warning until 11:15 p.m.
Radar indicated the storm was capable of producing quarter size hail and winds up to 60 mph. It continues to move northeast at 15 mph. The Tri-State will continue to experience thunderstorms as it moves through the region overnight.
To stay up to date with the latest forecast and what to expect, visit wcpo.com/forecast .
To get severe weather alerts in your inbox or texted to your phone as they are issued, go to wcpo.com/alerts .
To map the severe weather as it moves across the Tri-State, visit http://www.wcpo.com/subindex/weather/maps .
Need the latest weather information on the go? Download WCPO’s mobile apps to keep in touch wherever you are at wcpo.com/mobile , including our new weather radio app at http://www.wcpo.com/dpp/weather/safety/9-news-introduces-severe-weather-radio-app-storm-shield-for-iphone .
The weather may affect traffic in the Tri-State, go to wcpo.com/traffic to monitor your commute.
Power outages could pop up in the area as a result of the storms, go to http://www.duke-energy.com/ohio/outages/current.asp for the latest power outages in the Tri-State.
Flying somewhere? Check on potential delays and/or cancelations at CVG and other U.S. airports at http://www.fly.faa.gov/flyfaa/usmap.jsp .
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