Severe Weather Coverage

Rain continues this morning, thunderstorms expected overnight tonight and Tuesday, some strong to severe

Last Updated 1 week ago by Devontae Jackson.

Image courtesy of COD Nexlab.

Here is a look at satellite and radar this this morning. Showers continue this morning and some rain has been steady at times. Rain will continue into this afternoon and begin to taper off as we head into the evening.

Image courtesy of the SPC.

The SPC has placed Dayton and areas west and south in a slight risk (2/5) for severe weather. The rest of the area is in a marginal risk (1/5) for severe weather. This means we could expect to see a few strong to severe storms today.

Image courtesy of COD Nexlab.

Here is a look future radar, again showers this morning continue into the afternoon before tapering off. More rain and storms move into the area after midnight. The best chance of precipitation will be south of I-70. That rain will continue until about 8 AM or so.

Image courtesy of COD Nexlab.

Here is a look at future radar into your Tuesday. Showers and storms will continue after our quick break Tuesday morning. Rain does look like it will continue into Wednesday before tapering off.

Image courtesy of the SPC.

We are in a marginal risk for severe weather tomorrow.

Looking at our severe weather threats specifically for today, Monday. Damaging winds and hail are the main threats and a spin-up of a tornado can not be ruled out.


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