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CINCINNATI - Tornado and Severe Thunderstorm warnings have expired, but strong storms are still possible through the early evening hours.
A Tornado Warning for Boone, Campbell, Grant, Kenton and Pendleton counties in Northern Kentucky expired Wednesday morning. A Severe Thunderstorm Warning for the region has also expired, but more storms are expected to move in to the region by late afternoon or early evening.
The Wednesday morning storm had the capability to produce 1.5-inch hail and winds of 60 mph or greater.
Butler County Emergency Services says a tornado warning siren was activated after a funnel cloud began to form in the 7 Mile area north of New Miami, but the NWS never issued a Tornado Warning.
To get the latest forecast for the region and find out when storms will return, visit http://www.wcpo.com/forecast .
9 News and WCPO.com will continue to update this story as storms move through the region.
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