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Strong winds to move through Greater Cincinnati into Friday morning

Strong winds to move through Greater Cincinnati into Friday morning



SITUATION WHERE WE COULD SEE STORMS LIKE THAT AROUND HERE TONIGHT? KEVIN: WE ARE NO GOING TO SEE STORMS LIKE THEY SAW TODAY DOWN THERE IN ALABAMA. THIS IS THE SECOND TIME IN TWO WEEKS IN WHICH MANY OF THOSE FOLKS HAVE BEEN UNDER A HIGH RISK FOR SEVERE WEATHER AND THOSE DEADLY TORNADOES COME A LONG TRACK TORNADOES. WE ARE NOT DEALING WITH ANYTHING LIKE THAT AROUND HERE. WE HAVE A WINDOW OF OPPORTUNITY FOR STRONGER STORMS AND I CAN’T RULE OUT A SEVERE THUNDERSTORM OR EVEN A TORNADO WARNING THROUGH THE NIGHT TONIGHT HERE, AT LEAST THROUGH ABOUT 2:00 A.M., BUT THE CHANCES ARE FAIRLY SMALL OUT THERE. THEY ARE PRETTY LOW, THE THREAT FOR SEVERE WEATHER. PRETTY MUCH THROUGHOUT THE EVENING, THE SEVERE WEATHER HAS BEEN REALLY SPOTTY AROUND THE AREA AND WE HAVE FARED MUCH BETTER THAN ANY OF OUR NEIGHBORS TO THE SOUTH. HERE IS WHAT I LEFT. ONE LONE SEVERE THUNDERSTORM WARNING WE WERE TELLING YOU ABOUT, COMING OUT OF BRACKEN COUNTY, MOVING INTO BROWN COUNTY. THIS STORM HAS REALLY WEAKENED CONSIDERABLY, MAY BE SPITTING OUT A LITTLE BIT OF HAIL NEAR AUGUSTA. THIS WILL MOVE QUICKL ACROSS 52, THE OHIO RIVER AND TOWARDS GEORGETOWN IN THE SOUTHERN PART OF BROWN COUNTY. THIS IS PRIMARILY A HAIL AND LIGHTNING THREAT, THAT IS ALL THAT IS LEFT WITH THIS STORM. HERE IS THE BACK EDGE OF STORMS COMING THROUGH EAST CENTRAL INDIANA. I’M KEEPING AN EYE ON THIS BECAUSE ONCE THIS CROSSES OUR REGION, THIS WILL SIGNAL THE END OF ANY POTENTIAL SEVERE WEATHER TONIGHT. IT WILL PROBABLY TAKE AN HOUR, MAYBE TWO, AFTER MIDNIGHT SO PROBABLY THROUGH ABOUT 2:00 A.M. ESPECIALLY THE FURTHER EAST OF TOWN YOU GO. I WOULD SAY BY 1:00 HERE IN THE METRO, THE SEVERE THREAT WILL HAVE ENDED BUT WE ARE KEEPING AN EYE ON THESE HEAVIER DOWNPOURS OR PARTS OF SOUTHEAST INDIANA. SOUTH I-64, THEY STILL HAVE TORNADO WARNINGS GOING SO AS EXPECTED, OVERALL, LOOKS LIKE A LACK OF INSTABILITY TODAY HAS REALLY PLAYED IN OUR FAVOR IN KEEPING THE SEVERE THREAT PRETTY MINIMAL AND IT SHOULD STAY THAT WAY THROUGH THE REST OF THE NIGHT TONIGHT. WITH THAT IN MIND, WE HAVE THE MARGINAL TO SLIGHT RISK AND THE THREAT IS PRETTY LOW FOR ANY SIGNIFICANT SEVERE WEATHER OVERNIGHT. STILL, CONCERNED ABOUT HIGH WINDS OUTSIDE. WE HAD A WIND GUST AT THE AIRPORT CLOSE TO 40 MILES PER HOUR AND THE STRONGEST WINDS ARE YET TO COME THROUGH. THOSE WILL COME THROUGH AFTER MIDNIGHT, SHORTLY AFTER THE FRONT PASSES. ANYTIME AFTER MIDNIGHT THROUGH ABOUT SUNRISE TOMORROW, WE COULD SEE WIND GUST 40, POSSIBLY AS HIGH AS CLOSE TO 60 MILES PER HOUR, ALTHOUGH THERE ARE INDICATIONS RIGHT NOW THAT THOSE WINDS MAY BE COMING DOWN JUST A HAIR, EVEN IN OUR NORTHERNMOST COMMUNITIES. THAT IS SOMETHING TO KEEP AN EYE ON. HIGH WIND WARNING IN EFFECT, CAN’T RULE OUT SCATTERED POWER OUTAGES SO IT MAY NOT BE A BAD IDEA GRABBED THE FLASHLIGHT AND BRING IT CLOSE TO THE BED IN CASE YOU LOSE POWER OVERNIGHT. TO THE SOUTH, WE HAVE WHAT WE CALL A WIND ADVISORY EFFECT, WINDS STILL BLUSTERY BUT NOT AS STRONG, GENERALLY GUSTI MAYBE 45, 50 MILES PER HOUR IN THE WIND ADVISORY MODE WITH SPOTTY POWER OUTAGES IN PLACES SOUTH OF TH OHIO RIVER. A LIVE LOOK AT DOWNTOWN, WE HAVE, IT HASN’T BEEN A TERRIBLE EVENING. SOME RAIN HERE AND THERE BUT IT HASN’T BEEN TOO BAD. 64 OFFICIALLY NOW IN CINCINNATI, YOU CAN SEE THE WINDS ARE SUSTAINED AT 25 AND THAT IS WHY WE ARE GUSTING CLOSE TO 40 ALREADY. TEMPERATURES STILL IN THE MID 60’S AND THAT IS WHERE WE WILL HOVER THROUGH AT LEAST MIDNIGHT, PROBABLY ABOUT 1:00 OR 2:00 A.M., THEN TEMPERATURES BEGIN TO DROP. YOUR 12 HOUR FORECAST LOOKING LIKE THIS, IN THE 60’S AND AS STRONG WINDS PICK UP, TEMPERATURES FALL THROUGH THE 50’S AND WE WILL PROBABLY DIP BRIEFLY INTO THE UPPER 40’S BEFO THE SUN COMES UP. I WILL BE HERE THROUGH THE NIGHT TO KEEP A WATCHFUL EYE ON THESE STORMS AS THEY PASSED THROUGH. WINDY EARLY TOMORROW, THEN CLEARING SKIES THROUGH THE AFTERNOON. TEMPERATURES TOP OUT AROUND 60. IT STARTS KIND OF CLOUDY, AND WE GET IMPROVEMENTS AS THE WINDS BACK DOWN THROUGH THE DAY. BY EVENING, THE WINDS WILL HAVE COLUMNED DOWN CONSIDERABLY. A LOOK AT YOUR SEVEN-DAY FORECAST, IT IS QUIET AND CHILLY TOMORROW NIGHT, QUIET AS WE START THE WEEKEND. SATURDAY LOOKS LIKE A NICE DAY, IN THE LOW 70’S. THE RAIN WILL HOLD OFF UNTIL WELL AFTER DARK.

Strong winds to move through Greater Cincinnati into Friday morning

After a beautiful few spring days, the weather took a turn with spring-like storms Thursday. The threat for severe weather stayed minimal Thursday evening. Now, moving into the overnight hours, strong wind gusts are expected through Friday morning. LATEST WEATHER ALERTS // LIVE RADAR Rain will move into Greater Cincinnati at around midnight. Once the storm crosses the region, it will signal the end of any potential severe weather. It will take an hour or two, until about 2 a.m., to move through the area.The other big concern is very strong winds Thursday night into Friday morning as the potent storm center pushes through the Ohio Valley. Widespread wind gusts of 40 mph and possibly up to 60 mph are expected. The winds will arrive after midnight and may caused downed trees and scattered power outages.Drier weather returns Friday, but won’t last long with rain chances returning Saturday night as it turns cooler Sunday and early next week. Saturday will be very nice with partly cloudy skies and highs in the low 70s, then upper 50s Sunday.

After a beautiful few spring days, the weather took a turn with spring-like storms Thursday.

The threat for severe weather stayed minimal Thursday evening. Now, moving into the overnight hours, strong wind gusts are expected through Friday morning.

LATEST WEATHER ALERTS // LIVE RADAR

Rain will move into Greater Cincinnati at around midnight. Once the storm crosses the region, it will signal the end of any potential severe weather. It will take an hour or two, until about 2 a.m., to move through the area.

The other big concern is very strong winds Thursday night into Friday morning as the potent storm center pushes through the Ohio Valley. Widespread wind gusts of 40 mph and possibly up to 60 mph are expected. The winds will arrive after midnight and may caused downed trees and scattered power outages.

Drier weather returns Friday, but won’t last long with rain chances returning Saturday night as it turns cooler Sunday and early next week. Saturday will be very nice with partly cloudy skies and highs in the low 70s, then upper 50s Sunday.

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