Isolated Heavy Rainfall Possible, Chance of Flooding Forecast for Ohio and Northern Kentucky


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Columbus, OH – As the region braces for an active weather day, the National Weather Service in Wilmington, Ohio, alerts residents of potential heavy rainfall and isolated flooding threats.

Forecasts indicate that showers and thunderstorms will predominantly occur this afternoon through tonight, with some storms potentially escalating in severity. Particularly in northern Kentucky, the conditions may intensify, raising concerns about strong to severe storms.

Local communities should monitor updates closely and prepare for sudden weather changes to ensure safety and minimize impact.


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