Tornado warning issued as remnants of Beryl enter Cincinnati area

Tornado warning issued as remnants of Beryl enter Cincinnati area

THE POSSIBILITY OF IT. RIGHT. WE’RE DEFINITELY GETTING RAIN. HEAVY RAIN AT TIMES. AND WE’RE GOING TO HAVE THE POSSIBILITY OF STRONGER STORMS, ESPECIALLY AFTER 7 OR 8:00 TONIGHT. AND WHILE WE HAVE HEAVY RAIN, AREAS OF HIGH WATER ARE POSSIBLE. ALSO THE POSSIBILITY OF TORNADOES. THESE WON’T BE THE SUPER GREAT, INTENSE ONES, BUT A TORNADO IS A TORNADO AND IT CAN DO DAMAGE. THIS WOULD BE A SHORT WEEK, NOT A VERY LONG LASTING ONE. OKAY, NOT THAT IT MATTERS IF YOUR HOUSE GETS HIT. RIGHT. So let’s take a look at the radar, because right now we’re only looking at downpours in parts of Kentucky. And those are really going up. On I 71 you’re going to see the first heavy rain of this afternoon. We’ve got some heavy rain from just outside Madison into Pleasant all the way to Vivi. And right now the core of the most intense rain is right along and just off of I 71 as it crosses from Carroll into Gallatin County. So we’re really seeing the rainfall intensify around Warsaw and Glencoe. So if you want to dig a little deeper into this, you’ll see this pink patch here has some heavier rainfall. IF YOU HAVE THIS OVER A CERTAIN CITY, YOU’RE GETTING ALMOST 4 INCHES OF RAIN. FORTUNATELY IT’S MOVING AND IT’S MOVING AT A GOOD SPEED OF ABOUT 2930 MILES PER HOUR TO THE NORTH AND EAST. SO HEADING TO THOMAS MOORE STADIUM. BY THE TIME WE GET TO LUNCHTIME AND THEN IN FLORENCE BY 1:00. SO STILL HAVE SOME ROOM BEFORE THAT HEAVY RAIN REACHES THE 7175 SPLIT. WE GOT SOME LIGHT SHOWER ON THE 275 LOOP INTO SOUTHEASTERN INDIANA, LAWRENCEBURG AND THEN CROSSING OVER TO THE WEST SIDE. CLEAVES UP TO ROSS, SEEING SOME LIGHT SHOWER. SAME THROUGH HARRISON AND THEN BUTLER COUNTY. YOU CAN SEE SOME LIGHT RAIN FALLING. ROSS TO HAMILTON RIGHT NOW THROUGH NEW MIAMI. LET’S TAKE THIS THING AS A WHOLE BECAUSE THIS HAS TO BE ALL DRIFTING NORTH AND EAST AND COMING THROUGH OUR AREA. SO THIS MORNING IT WAS A LITTLE EASIER TO FIND WHAT WAS DOWNTOWN IN BARREL. NOW, MUCH MORE UNRULY AS THIS ALL MAKES ITS WAY INTO THE MISSISSIPPI AND THE OHIO VALLEY. WITH THAT, IT IS A TROPICAL SYSTEM MADE LANDWARD. THERE IS THE POTENTIAL FOR SOME ROTATION OR SOME SPIN IN OUR ATMOSPHERE. AND RIGHT NOW IT LOOKS LIKE THE BEST CHANCE FOR THAT IS ALONG THE OHIO RIVER. YOU CAN SEE THIS AREA HIGHLIGHTED NOW IN AN INCREASED RISK FROM EVANSVILLE TO JUST THE EDGE OF OUR VIEWING AREA. IN FACT, IF WE ZOOM INTO THIS, YOU CAN SEE CINCINNATI NOW UNDER A LITTLE RISK, YOU GO INTO SOUTHERN RIPLEY COUNTY, PARTS OF SWITZERLAND COUNTY, NOW IN A MORE INCREASED RISK, REALLY. LET IT BE 75. AND THE WEST HAS A BETTER CHANCE OF MAYBE SEEING SOME OF THOSE STORMS THAT CAN SPREAD TORNADOES. SO IT’S A CONSISTENT WEATHER DAY BETWEEN NOW AND 6:00 PM, YOU’RE GOING TO SEE SPREAD RAIN AND THUNDERSTORMS OUT THERE, SEVERE NOSE RINSE IS PROBABLY YOUR BIGGEST THREAT HERE FOR THE FIRST PART. STRONGER STORMS POSSIBLE FROM 7:00 PM TO 1:00 AM AND IMPACT WOULD BE BRIEF. TORNADOES AND HEAVY RAIN. RAINFALL IS AVERAGING ABOUT A HALF TO A FEW INCHES, SO POTENTIAL FOR TORNADIC ACTIVITY FOR INTENSE NOSE RINSES THAT WOULD CAUSE SOME AREAS OF FLOODING FOR A SHORT TERM, THAT WOULD BE THE BIGGEST CONCERN. THESE ARE NOT LIKELY TO PRODUCE MUCH WINDS OF ANY KIND. SO AS WE GO THROUGHOUT THE NEXT HOUR, YOU CAN SEE THAT ONE BATCH THAT IS COMING NOW IS COMING TO THE NORTH. KEEP THINGS CALM, KEEP THOSE GRAY SKIES IN PLACE. Hopefully that helps us out a little bit. Towards the evening, between about five and seven o’clock in the evening, you’ll see a few more flare up. And then around seven, eight, nine o’clock in the evening, you’ll see more widespread thunderstorms. I think our most active window is probably between nine o’clock in the evening and about one o’clock in the morning. You’ll see some of those heavy rain areas moving through greater Cincinnati and as we move out tomorrow morning, we should see temperatures in the 70s and windy conditions tomorrow, with a few lingering showers. WE’RE GOING TO GET A FAIR AMOUNT OF RAIN, ACTUALLY. AREAS EAST ABOUT A QUARTER TO A HALF OF AN INCH FOR THE 275 LOOP IN THE 71 CORRIDOR, ABOUT A HALF OF AN INCH TO AN INCH. AND THEN OUR HEAVIEST RAINFALL IS CLOSER TO THE CENTER OF THAT REMNANT OF THE BARREL FOR ABOUT THREE QUARTERS TO AN INCH AND A HALF OF THE TOTAL RAINFALL. SO TODAY, CLEARLY A WEATHER IMPACT DAY WITH BENGAL RAIN TOMORROW, EXPECTED TEMPERATURES IN THE 70’S, WINDY ALL DAY, MUCH COOLER, MORE COMFORTABLE TOO. HUMIDITY STAYS LOW THURSDAY, BUT STARTS TO INCREASE FRIDAY NIGHT. THANKS RANDY. THOUSANDS OF TOURISTS PARTICIPATE IN DANGEROUS

The remnants of Beryl will move into Cincinnati on Tuesday, bringing with them the potential for severe weather. LIVE RADAR // LATEST WEATHER WARNINGS A tornado warning is in effect for most of the area until 12 AM. It will be cloudy, humid, but fairly dry to start the day. Scattered showers/storms will start to develop Tuesday afternoon, then more significant impacts are expected as the sun sets and the center of what was Beryl moves through Indiana. Each storm has the potential to rotate, bringing with it a weak tornado potential. Find ways to get alerts. Additionally, locally heavy rainfall is possible through Tuesday night. Totals will be around an inch. Wednesday will dry out in the morning, with temperatures staying in the low 70s. We will stay dry through the end of the week, with temperatures climbing back into the 90s by the weekend. It will also be humid again.

Beryl’s remains will be brought to Cincinnati on Tuesday, bringing with them the potential for severe weather.

LIVE RADAR // LATEST WEATHER ALERTS

A tornado warning is in effect for most of the area until noon

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It is cloudy and humid, but the day starts out fairly dry.

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Scattered showers and storms will begin Tuesday afternoon, with more significant impacts expected as the sun sets and the center of what used to be Beryl moves through Indiana.

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Any storm can rotate, which can lead to a weak tornado potential. Make sure you receive warnings.

In addition, locally heavy rainfall is possible through Tuesday evening. Totals will be around 2.5 cm.

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On Wednesday morning it will be dry and temperatures will remain around 21 degrees.

We will remain dry until the end of the week, while temperatures will rise again to 90 by the weekend. It will also become humid again.

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