Tornado Warnings canceled for Kentucky; strong thunderstorms could impact Tri-State

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From Christopher Gastright
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Posted at 3:49 AM, Oct 15, 2021

12:20 a.m.: Several tree limbs were blown down by winds near Independence, Ky. after strong thunderstorms hit the Tri-State, leading to Tornado Warnings and a Severe Thunderstorm Warning.

Storms hit the area around 11 p.m. with a Tornado Warning issued for Kenton and Boone counties at 11:34 am.

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12:00 a.m.: The National Weather Service has issued a Severe Thunderstorm Warning for Campbell (Ky) and Clermont (OH) counties until 12:30 a.m.

11:56 p.m.: Tornado Warnings for Kenton and Boone counties in Kentucky have been canceled.

11:34 p.m.: A Tornado Warning has been issued for central Kenton and Boone counties until midnight. Take cover if you're in the below affected area.

Rain and thunderstorms will sweep across the Tri-State and taper off around daybreak. So, the rain starts to end by early Saturday morning. Behind the front triggering the storms, there will be a significant drop in temperatures.

Cooler than average temperatures will be around all weekend. Highs will only be in the low 60s on Saturday and on Sunday the mid 60s.

Looking at next week, we'll stay mostly dry with highs in the upper 60s to low 70s.

Rain and isolated storms
Low: 52

AM rain
Then Mostly sunny
High: 61

Mostly clear
Much cooler
Low: 42


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