It's day two of severe weather watch.

What You Need To Know

  • Multiple tornadoes have been confirmed from Tuesday night

  • Tornado threat is much lower tonight

  • Dangerous flash flooding is possible

  • Threat moves out overnight

Multiple tornadoes were confirmed from Tuesday night.


There is an isolated threat (level 1 out of 5) for a few severe storms this evening in central and southern Ohio.

It looks like storms will be more likely near the Ohio River.

While the tornado threat is lower tonight, the threat is not zero.

The main window will begin around 7 p..m and linger through about 11 p.m. 

Storms and the threat for severe weather will shift south.

The main hazards tonight are damaging winds, hail and more flash flooding.

Last night, flash flooding caused a lot of issues for travel in the Cincinnati area.

We have flood watch covering southern Ohio through Thursday morning.

We could see a repeat tonight, so remember to turn around and never drive through a flooded roadway.

Rain will be on and off on Thursday but we are not expecting severe weather.