A Flood Watch has been issued for the following counties in the Tri-State through Wednesday morning:
Kentucky: Boone, Kenton, Campbell, Carroll, Gallatin, Owen, Grant, Pendleton, Bracken, Mason, & Robertson
Ohio: Hamilton, Clermont, Brown, Highland, and Adams
Indiana: Dearborn, Ripley, Ohio, & Switzerland
Our wet week continues into Wednesday Morning. A Flood Watch includes most of the Tri-State as we pick up another inch or two of rain in spots before all the wet weather is done. Additionally, cooler than average temps will remain as well.
Overnight will see rain, heavy at times, and storms. A few could be stronger and bring downpours starting around daybreak and ending through 9 a.m.
There's a low end threat for severe storms during the morning as we are included in the "marginal risk" of severe weather. Then, it'll be scattered showers for the rest of the day as temps climb into the low to mid 80s.
Thursday brings the third day in a row with scattered showers and and a chance of thunderstorms. Storm totals could end up near 3" of rainfall, perhaps more in isolated locations.
While there's a small chance for an early shower on Friday, the majority of the day will be dry with gradual clearing. Highs remain below average in the low 80s.
There's some indications of a fair amount of clouds for Saturday before sunshine is on tap for Sunday. Highs will be in the low 80s.
Heavy rain and chance storms near daybreak
A few scattered showers
Spotty rain chance
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