Happy New Year! Steady rain moves in after midnight and will continue for most of the day Saturday. Periods of heavy rain will be possible.
- 9 First Warning Weather Alert Day beginning at midnight through late Saturday
- Flood Watch until Saturday p.m.
- Heavy rain starts after midnight and expected to end around 8 p.m.
- Much cooler Sunday
FLOOD WATCH for Switzerland, Carroll, Gallatin, Owen, Grant, Pendleton, Bracken, Robertson, Mason, Brown, and Adams counties through Saturday night. 2-3 inches of rain is expected. Localized flooding is possible.
SEVERE WX POTENTIAL:
SLIGHT: Owenton, Dry Ridge, Falmouth, Alexandria, Georgetown, Brooksville, Maysville, and West Union
MARGINAL: Vevay, SE Versailles, SE Lawrenceburg, Florence, Cincinnati, Batavia, Hilsboro, Lebanon, and WIlmington
Early Saturday morning, rain becomes heavy and lasts for most of our Saturday. Rain becomes heavier again after 4 p.m. through the evening. Most of the Tri-State will be in the 1-to-2 inch range for rain except for the counties in the Flood Watch.
Highs for Saturday will stay mild, upper 50s to low 60s. Rain tapers off as we approach Sunday morning. Temperatures will take a nosedive Sunday. Temperatures will be in the 30s with the possibility of flurries for Sunday afternoon. Cooler temperatures are in store for next week.
Few light showers
Heavier after midnight
Periods of heavy rain