CINCINNATI, OH (FOX19) -Showers are moving through the Tri-State with an occasional rumble of thunder thrown in for good measure.
The severe weather threat has been greatly reduced, but a stronger storm can’t be completely ruled out as a cold front pushes through.
Heavy rain will be the main threat overnight. Locally heavy rain over saturated soils may lead to some localized high water and short-term flooding concerns.
In addition, wind gusts could be as high as 40 mph as the cold front works through the region.
A Wind Advisory will go into effect at 4am Sunday and extend until 10pm. Behind the cold front, winds will generally be in the 20-25mph range, but gusts could easily top out at 40-50mph.
The wet weather will move out of the by early Sunday afternoon, but colder air will be moving in.
By mid-day or so, many locations will have temperatures fall into the 30s. Windy conditions will linger as skies clear out.
High pressure will provide dry conditions to start the week.