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The Storm Prediction Center in Norman, OK has placed north and west portions of the Miami Valley under a slight risk (2/5) for severe weather. The rest of the Miami Valley is under a marginal risk (1/5) for severe weather. This means we could see a few thunderstorms become severe today. Always have a way to get weather alerts.
So today, we will be dry but as we head into tonight. Showers and thunderstorms will begin to move into the area from the north and northwest. The showers and storms should move into the area between 10 and 11 PM tonight. The showers and storms will continue towards the Dayton metro area around 1 AM, but. Around this time showers and storms will have lost a lot of strength. The wet weather will continue south out of the area and should be gone by 6 AM.
Right now, the threat of a tornado, hail, and flooding is low. Although some hail can’t be ruled out. Damaging winds looks to be our biggest threat tonight.
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