Severe Weather Coverage

Gusty winds, rain, and a few embedded thunderstorms returns

Last Updated 1 month ago by Devontae Jackson.

Image courtesy of COD Nexlab.

A low-pressure system will move through the area bringing us some showers and storms and even some gusty winds to the northern part of the Miami Valley. Above is a look at the 500 MB wind map.

Image courtesy of COD Nexlab.

Moisture from the Gulf and some CAPE will move into the area as we head into Wednesday evening and into Thursday morning. Thursday morning will give us some rain with a few embedded storms. No severe weather is expected at this time. The severe weather will stay south of the Miami Valley. However, some rain could be steady to heavy at times.

We could get a small break from the rain as we head into Thursday afternoon and then more rain will move in for the evening hours. Rain will continue from Thursday evening into Friday morning. Also as winds turn from the north Friday morning, cooler air will move into the area. So any leftover rain could become a wintry mix or even a few snowflakes. No accumulation is expected for most but the northern part of the area may see just a slight trace of snow in grassy areas and possibly on roofs.

Image courtesy of COD Nexlab.

As we head through the day on Thursday winds will begin to pick and move south throughout the day. We could see wind gusts 30 to 40 mph and possibly even higher at times. Gusty winds could continue into Friday morning.

Make sure you know where to go during severe weather and have a safety plan.

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