A Tornado Watch is in effect for most of the Tri-State until 6AM. Thunderstorms will move from west to east across the Tri-State from now until that time frame.
Severe storms are expected to move through the Tri-State overnight.
A line of storms is entering the area and will last through just before daybreak. The main time of concern is now to 8 a.m. with damaging winds and isolated tornadoes possible. The severe weather threat is higher for counties in Indiana.
UPDATE: Slight risk of severe weather now covers much of the Tri-State. Severe storms most likely from 1-8 a.m. Saturday @wcpo #cincywx pic.twitter.com/ye5H8u5Byu
— Jennifer Ketchmark (@KetchmarkWCPO) December 10, 2021
Storms move into southeast Indiana first.
Then the line of storms is focused along the I-71 corridor and Cincinnati closer to 4-6 a.m.
And finally the line of storms shifts to the east for the 6-8 a.m. time frame Saturday.
With this being an overnight event, it's important to review how you get severe weather alerts. Our Storm Shield App is free and will send push alerts to your phone. Or make sure you have a weather radio and it's turned on. Our team will be in overnight tracking the storms LIVE on your TV as well.
Storms end by 8 a.m. Saturday and then temperatures start to tumble. We'll be around 62 at 8 a.m. and then to 50 by noon and to 40 by 4 p.m.
Sunday's forecast will be mostly sunny and seasonal with a high of 47.
Severe weather possible
Strong winds to 50mph
Early morning strong storms
High: 62 (early)