Severe Thunderstorm Warning for Bracken, Mason, and Robertson counties expires

A Severe Thunderstorm Warning in effect for several counties in Northern Kentucky has expired.

The Warning was in effect until 5:15 for southeastern Bracken County, Robertson County and western Mason County in Northern Kentucky.

At 4:42 p.m., National Weather Service (NWS) radar indicated a severe thunderstorm located near Stonewall. It was moving southward at 10 mph.

Storm hazards include winds of up to 60 mph, quarter-size hail, frequent cloud to ground lightning and “very heavy rain,” which may cause minor flooding, according to the NWS in Wilmington, Ohio.

However, at 5:09 p.m. the NWS announced the Warning would expire as planned after the storm started to weaken below severe limits north of Mount Olivet.

Small hail, gusty winds and heavy rain was still likely with the storm through 5:30 p.m. in areas near Mount Olivet.

A Flood Advisory remains in effect for several counties in Northern Kentucky and southwest Ohio. They include:

Kentucky: Bracken County, western Mason, eastern Pendleton and Robertson counties

Ohio: Southern Brown and southern Clermont counties

Please report previous wind damage or hail to the NWS by going to its website or submitting a report via social media.

Here are some helpful links to prepare for severe weather:

Sign up for severe weather email and mobile alerts

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Download the WCPO Storm Shield app (storm-based alerts for life-threatening weather events)

WCPO traffic updates

Latest power outages from Duke Energy

Flight cancelations and delays from CVG, other U.S. airports

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