Severe Weather Coverage

Slight risk removed from the Miami Valley, only parts of the area remain in a marginal risk for severe weather

Last Updated 1 month ago by Devontae Jackson.

Image courtesy of the SPC.

The Storm Prediction Center has taken most of the area out of the threat for severe weather today. However a marginal risk (1/5) for severe weather remains southeastern parts of the Miami Valley.

Here is a look at radar this morning. Rain continues to move through the area, we saw these showers arrive in the evening yesterday. For the most part, they have been light with a few steadier areas of rain.

Image courtesy of COD Nexlab.

Rain continues this morning and into the afternoon. Some rain could be steady to heavy at times. Rain will continue through Thursday evening before tapering off Friday morning.

Image courtesy of COD Nexlab.

Here is a look at 180 MB CAPE values as we head through tomorrow afternoon. Not impressive CAPE values but we could hear some rumbles of thunder.

Here is a look at our severe weather hazards for today. The threat for hail, tornadoes, and damaging winds is very low from thunderstorms. However gusty winds are expected today, a wind advisory is in effect. Read more here. Lastly, the chance of flooding remains low.


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