National Weather Service United States Department of Commerce

 

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NWS Wilmington, OH

Flash flood and severe potential
through Saturday morning (June 24th)
Briefing Created: 3:30 PM EDT Friday, June 23, 2017

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-- EVENT OVERVIEW --

This Afternoon and Tonight:

* Threat: Greatest threat will continue to be flash flooding. The highest risk for flash flooding has shifted along and south of Interstate 70. Given the amount of rainfall, some rivers will rise, with perhaps a few sites exceeding flood stage. The highest threat for severe continues southeast of the I-71 corridor and is primarily damaging winds, though isolated tornados cannot be ruled out.

* Location and Timing: The heaviest rain will now occur along and south of Interstate 70. The severe storm threat is highest in south central Ohio, southeast Ohio, and northeastern Kentucky.

* Impact: Flooded roadways, with low-lying and flood-prone properties also at risk for flash flooding. Damaging wind threat across south central and southeast Ohio and northeastern Kentucky - possible damage to trees, power lines, roofs, mobile homes, outbuildings, and vehicles.

* Confidence: High confidence in heavy rain through early Saturday morning with high confidence in placement. Moderate confidence in the overall severe threat.

 

 

 

 

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Day 1 Potential of Rainfall Exceeding Flash Flood Guidance. Valid times are given in the lower left corner (12Z = 7 AM EST, 06Z = 1 AM EST).

 

 

 

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Active Flood/Flash Flood Watches in Ohio, N. Kentucky, SE Indiana

 

 

 

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Day 1 Storm Prediction Center Probability of Severe Wind (>=58 mph) within 25 miles of any given point. Valid periods are in the lower left corner (12Z = 7 AM EST / 8 AM EDT).

 

 

 

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Day 1 Storm Prediction Center Probability of a Tornado within 25 miles of any given point. Valid periods are in the lower left corner (12Z = 7 AM EST / 8 AM EDT).

 

 

 

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