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TIMELINE: Round of storms, possibly severe, on the way

When heavy rain and strong winds arrive
Cars in heavy rain
Posted at 4:28 AM, Mar 06, 2022

Impacts:
1.5 to 2.5 inches of rain with locally higher amounts overnight into Monday
Damaging winds: Peak gusts 40+ mph
Storm rotation cannot be ruled out

More heavy rain and storms are on the way. Several more rounds of showers and storms are expected to move through the area tonight into Monday early afternoon.
An approaching cold front will bring the potential heavy rain after midnight. It's possible some of these storms become strong to severe. Rain will continue through the Monday morning commute. Because of this timing, there will be a WEATHER ALERT DAY beginning at 11pm Sunday night through 9 am Monday.

RAIN TIMELINE-

NOW until 3 AM- Most across the Tri-State have a few hour break from the rain. Heavy rain is still possible around Fayette, Union, Franklin, and Butler counties during this time. Rain will start spreading more southeast after about 2AM.

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4:00 AM- Heavy rain spreads eastward and areas NW of Cincinnati will see rain and strong winds. A line of storms, potentially strong to severe, cannot be ruled out during this time frame. Expect the line of thunderstorms to move through the Greater Cincinnati area around 5-6 AM.

7:00 AM- Line of heavy rain/storms stretches from Owen county to Adams and Highland counties. The heaviest rain moves southeast, but showers persist for the Greater Cincinnati area through the morning commute.

9:00 AM- Widespread rain continues, heaviest rain continues to push southeast.

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SPC SEVERE WEATHER OUTLOOK:

MONDAY: There is a SLIGHT RISK for severe weather for portions of Owen, Grant, Pendleton, Bracken, Robertson, Mason, Brown, Clermont, Highland, and Adams counties. Expect line of thunderstorms to return around 1 a.m. for Fayette and Union counties first. That line hits Cincinnati by 5 a.m. It moves out the Tri-State by the afternoon. Behind that will be lighter rain until the evening.

SLIGHT RISK for severe weather.

Highs Monday will be in the upper 50s to low 60s. After the rain moves out, Tuesday's highs will be in the mid 40s. Highs gradually rise to the mid to upper 50s for Wednesday and Thursday. The next chance of rain returns Friday. We'll see 30s for the weekend.

SUNDAY NIGHT:
Rain/T'storms late
Windy
Low: 52

MONDAY:
Heavy AM rain
Possibly severe
High: 62

MONDAY NIGHT:
Mostly cloudy
Cooler
Low: 32

TUESDAY:
Cloudy
Cool
High: 46

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