Heavy storms move in, heavy rains ease overnight in Cincinnati



FORWARDED TO YOU. MIKE: WE WILL SEE IF THIS AFFECTS TRUCK SCROLL. KEVIN ROBINSON IS HERE. RADAR IS PREYTT ACTIVE BUT ALMOST NOT ACTIVE AS TWO OR THREE HOURS. KEVIN: THE GOOD NEWS IS WE WILL SLEEP PEACEFUL. YOU CAN GO TO BED WITHOUT WORRYING ABOUT BEING AWAKEN DURING THE NIGHT. A DISTANT ROLLING OF THUNDER. HERE IS THE EVOLUTION OF THE RADAR TONIGHT. MUCH LESS RED ON THE MAP. LOTS OF ORANGE AND YELLOW INDICATORS OF HEAVY RAIN. LOOK AT THIS, THERE IS THLINE. IN .5 2 HOURS THE MUD RACE THROUGH THE VIENGWI AREA ALL THE WADOWN Y TO CENTRAL OHIO. THERE IS STILL A LITTLE RAIN. ESPECIALLY THROUGH PARTS OF ATOM. WARREN COUNTY, BUTLER COUNTY. AGAIN, ROLLING OF THUNDER BEFORE THE END OF THE NIGHT, BUT THE SEVERE WEATHER HAS STOPPED. IN THE SOUTHERN PARTS OF THE VIEWGIN AREAS, THERE ARE THE BIG SQUALLIN THAT HAVE PASSED BY. LOOK AT THIS. HOW MUCH WIND ENERGY WAS THERE IN THE ATMOSPHERE? HERE IS THE SRMTOS LINE. NEAR COLUMSBU OHIO THE ACTUAL COLD FRONT ITSELF IS NOW MINOVG IN INDIANAPOLIS. THIS IS HOW FAST THE LINE OF THUNDERSTORMS IS MOVING. THE GOOD NEWS IS THAT OUR ATMOSPHERE IS SO WORKED. THE ONLY THING THAT WILL HAPPEN WILL SEE THE WINDS STILL BLOWING OVNIERGHT. YOU CAN HEAR THESE VICTORIES WHILE YOU SEPLE BUT THEY WILL NOT BE OF THE SEVERE VARIETY. HERE SOME OF THE DAMAGE REPORTS. THERE IS AIS WINDROW, ONE THROUGH THE SOUTHERN MOST COMMUNITIES CLINUDING PART OF A HOUSE. I DISTINCTLY REMEMBER SEEING ONE OF THE CIRCULATIONS STOP IN THE FAR SOUTHEAST CORNER, THEN AS IT CRAWLS THROUGH GRAND COUNTY AND EVENTUALLY TOWARDS BROOKSVILLE IN AUGUSTINE. WE HAVE REPORTS OF WIND DAMAGE WITH CUT TREE BRANCHES. THIS POWERFUL SPRING STORM DRIVES THE COLD FRONT UNTIL TONIGHT WHEN IT IS WINDY DURING SLEEP. WINDY SIX AROUND THURSYDA RIGHT NOW IT LOOKS LIKE BWIOOR C. TEMPERATORIS W AFTER DNMIIGHT WE ARE HEADING INTO THE 50S. SHOWING YOU FUTURECAST. THE RAIN CONTINUES FOR SEVERAL MORE HOURS, CAN’T SETTLE OA RUMBLE, MORNING IS A BEAUTIFUL THURSDAY WITH CLOUDS AND TEMPERATURES NEAR 70. MUCH MORE TONIGHT, RAIN EASING, WINDY AND COOL BYOR MNING. TOMORROW, 63, PARTLY CLOUDY. HERE’S A LOOK AT THE DAILY PLANNING. AFTERNOON TEMPERATURES ARE RISING INTO THE LOW 60’S. THERE IS LITTLE THREAT OF DOWNPOUR SUNDAY EVENING WHICH SHOULD COME AFTER, WE WILL KEEP IT OVER THE WEEKEND. NOW WE GO

Heavy storms move in, heavy rains ease overnight in Cincinnati

Severe storms quickly made their way through the Cincinnati area, bringing several severe thunderstorm and tornado warnings to the region. Did you capture storm video or damage? Send us your photos/videos to [email protected] or [email protected] Several damage reports are coming in now that the storms have passed. Everything from wind damage to downed power lines – there was even a report of part of a house being blown away on Owenton Road in Owen County. Rumbling thunder will be possible tonight, but the threat of severe weather has passed. There will sometimes be gusts this evening as the front passes. Temperatures drop to the mid-40s. Check out video of the wind blowing in Grant County, Kentucky below. After the front, our weather is improving quite well. The sun is carrying us through the rest of the work week with temperatures in the 60s. We top around 61 degrees on Thursday. Easter Sunday will be a bit chilly with highs in the lower 50s. Next week starts a little wet on Monday; otherwise, it dries out for the start of the week.

Severe storms quickly made their way through the Cincinnati area, bringing several severe thunderstorm and tornado warnings to the area.

Did you capture storm video or damage? Send us your photos/videos to [email protected] or [email protected]

The latest severe weather alert has expired for the area, leaving only heavy rain rolling in the area.

Several damage reports are coming in now that the storms have passed.

Everything from wind damage to downed power lines – there was even a report of part of a house being blown away on Owenton Road in Owen County. Rumbling thunder will be possible tonight, but the threat of severe weather has passed. There will sometimes be gusts this evening as the front passes. Temperatures drop to the mid 40s.

Watch video of the wind blowing in Grant County, Kentucky below.

After the front, our time is getting better. The sun is carrying us through the rest of the work week with temperatures in the 60s. We top around 61 degrees on Thursday. Easter Sunday will be a bit chilly with highs in the lower 50s.

Next week starts a little wet on Monday; otherwise, it dries out for the start of the week.