Windy conditions as unsettled weather returns

Storms Sunday and Monday
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Posted at 4:24 AM, Mar 05, 2022

Windy conditions as unsettled weather returns to the Tri-State. Clouds increase tonight with rounds of rain moving in closer to midnight. Some heavy downpours will be possible throughout the overnight. Temperatures remain mild, as we'll see lows in the 60s! Most across the Tri-State will see dry conditions for most of the day. Scattered rain chances continue through the afternoon for those south of the Ohio river. Highs will return to the 70s.

Expect more rounds of rain Sunday night into Monday afternoon. This will be the time frame when rain is most widespread and the greatest potential for severe weather.There is a risk for severe weather as a line of storms moves in during the morning commute to the afternoon. There is the potential for these storms to turn severe. Right now, rotation cannot be ruled out. Most of the Tri-State is under a MARGINAL RISK for severe weather. Portions of Brown, Adams, Mason, and Robertson counties are under a SLIGHT RISK for severe weather.

Monday's severe weather outlook.

There is also the potential to see flooding. Rain totals are expected to be 1-3 inches.

The is also an elevated fire risk because of warm temperatures, low humidity and high wind gusts for Hamilton, Butler, Warren, Clinton, Highland, Clermont, Brown, and Adams counties until Monday 9:15 p.m.

Elevated fire risk

After Monday's storms, cooler air moves in. Tuesday highs will drop back to the 40s. Chances of rain return at the end of the week.

Scattered showers
Low: 60

Scattered rain
Windy & mild
High: 70

Overnight rain
Heavy rain AM
Low: 55

Heavy rain
High: 62

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