Today rain begins in the morning and becomes heavy with thunderstorms in the afternoon. We will run the risk of severe thunderstorms and flooding by the afternoon and evening. A WIND ADVISORY & FLOOD WATCH are out for the Tri-State.
We could see between 1"-2" of rainfall over a short amount of time on Thursday.
Spotty showers should arrive by the late morning and early afternoon hours. These cells aren't expected to be severe, but hit or miss downpours begin.
By 5 p.m., a more defined line of thunderstorms will be on the radar and this is our greatest threat to see strong to severe storms. Damaging wind gusts to 60 mph or stronger are the top concern as this line of storms passes.
The line of storms will move quickly across our area in the evening hours bringing gusty winds and heavy downpours.
Temperatures are still expected to drop drastically behind the front, cooling to the mid 20s overnight. We could see snow showers in counties north of Cincinnati. Friday's high only recovers to the mid to upper 30s.
Chance of rain
Heavy rain & storms in the afternoon & evening
Temperatures fall fast
Flurries/light snow possible