The latest weather forecast from WCPO's 9 First Warning Weather team.
CINCINNATI. Feb. 25, 2018. Floodwaters from the Ohio River covered Mehring Way and lower portions of Smale Riverfront Park.
Flood Warnings continue for creeks and rivers across the Tri-State. The Ohio River is still rising and expected to crest at 60.6 feet at Cincinnati this afternoon, bringing some of the worst flooding since 1997.
Here's the link for the Ohio River gauge.
Also, the Great Miami River at Miamitown, the Little Miami River and Ohio Brush Creek above West Union are under Flood Warnings for minor flooding.
Unfortunately, we will continue to see flooding concerns along all of our creeks and rivers for several days.
Now that the storms are over, we will see the clouds decrease and some sunshine today. Temperatures will rise only a little, mainly moving to near 50 during the afternoon.
We will stay quiet through Tuesday. On Wednesday I'm tracking another system that will roll in and bring us showers for both Wednesday and Thursday.
Temperatures will stay mild for the upcoming work week topping out in the 50s and 60s.
MAP: Major road closures around the Tri-State
TRAFFIC: Check real-time road conditions
PHOTOS: Rising floodwaters across the Tri-State
LIST: Which places have emergency declarations, shelters
READ MORE: Why you should NEVER drive on flooded roads
TIPS: What to do before flooding rains enter your home
FROM THE VAULT: Flood of 1997 was disastrous, deadly
4 p.m.: 51
Mostly sunny & mild
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