CINCINNATI, OH (FOX19) - Two areas in the region will be surveyed by National Weather Service meteorologists for the possibility that tornadoes touched down. Early Thursday afternoon a tornado may have touched down south of Vincennes, Ind. and the second possibility was just west of South Charleston, not far from Columbus. In Ohio both the velocity display and debris detection display indicate a touchdown likely took place. The National Weather Service will survey the damage and make the final determination Friday.
Rain will end as a bit of snow overnight and as the winds pick up roads will dry for the Friday morning commute. Also overnight as flooding rains move east flooding problems will subside except in some creeks and rivers.
On Thursday, we were on the warm side of the storm with moist, warm air, flooding rains, thunder and a few heavy thunderstorms.
On Friday, on the cold side of the storm, blustery, frigid weather takes over. Temperatures for the morning commute will be in the teens and low 20s and wind chill temperatures will range from 5 to 15 degrees. The air will not warm much during the day and the wind chill is not expected to be much warmer than 20 degrees during the afternoon.
Saturday will be cold and dry with chilly rain on the way late Sunday.