BOONE COUNTY, KY. Feb. 25, 2018. Floodwaters from the Ohio River sit just below the historic Rabbit Hash General Store.
Flooding, thunderstorms, tornadoes and even a few landslides: Late February brought wicked weather to the Tri-State.
Video footage shows what happened, in dramatic detail, in every corner of our region.
Floodwaters cut off an entire neighborhood on the border of Newtown and Anderson Township, in eastern Hamilton County:
In historic Loveland, Ohio, a drone captured flooding on the Little Miami River (video courtesy Campaign Hawks Digital Marketing/Drone Photography):
A tornado hit the rural village of Hamersville, Ohio, in Brown County. It ripped the roof off the old firehouse and tossed it about 100 yards down the road:
A family huddle in their bathroom as the tornado snapped a tree and dropped it on their car:
Clermont County also suffered tornado damage. Trees and utility poles showed signs of the storm's power:
Floodwaters from the Ohio River crept right up to the historic Rabbit Hash General Store, in Boone County (videos courtesy Brett Palmer):
Across the river, in Indiana, a kayak was the best way to get around parts of Aurora:
To the east, in Clermont County, floodwater still covered parts of U.S. Route 52 on Monday. The river wasn't expected to go below flood stage for several days: