9 First Warning Weather Alert Day as fall begins Wednesday

Pockets of heavy rain, wind and much cooler temperatures Wednesday
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Posted at 3:12 AM, Sep 21, 2021
and last updated 2021-09-21 23:33:00-04

Wednesday will be a 9 First Warning Weather Alert Day. While severe weather is not a risk, the forecast will have a widespread impact on the Tri-State including rounds of rain, breezy winds and much colder air taking over locally.

But we still have today's rain to contend with!

  • Afternoon - Isolated showers, cloudy
  • 5 p.m. to 8 p.m. - Storms move into Indiana counties, heavy at times
  • 8 p.m. to midnight - Showers and storms slowly advance into Cincinnati metro, heavy at times

Spotty showers will move through during the afternoon, but many communities will stay dry. Highs reach the low to mid 70s. A line of showers and storms will move from west to east later this evening and overnight. This rain will be heavy at times.

Rounds of rain are likely to continue through Wednesday. It's not out of the question that we could see rainfall totals between 1-2" tomorrow. This may lead to isolated, low-lying flooding. Temperatures will also be much cooler tomorrow, holding around 60 for most of the day.

We'll dry out by Thursday, with slowly decreasing clouds and highs in the mid 60s.

Showers likely, a few storms
Heavy at times
Low: 57

Rain likely, much cooler
Heavy at times
High: 63

Rain slowly fades
Cloudy, chilly
Low: 48

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