Storms cause damage throughout Tri-State Saturday; more rain expected Sunday

Source: David Kline, Peaselburg, KY
Source: David Kline, Peaselburg, KY
Source: Janel Bundy/Will Engle, DeMossville, KY
Source: Janel Bundy/Will Engle, DeMossville, KY
Source: Randy Hansen, Visalia KY
Source: Randy Hansen, Visalia KY
Source: Jeremy Taylor, East Fork State Park
Source: Jeremy Taylor, East Fork State Park
Source: Apolonio Garcia, Mudslide in Mt. Adams
Source: Apolonio Garcia, Mudslide in Mt. Adams

Flooding and wind damage have been reported after storms hit the Tri-State Saturday afternoon, and the Tri-State is expected to get even more rain overnight.

In Kenton County, wind damage has caused damage to Visalia Elementary and surrounding buildings. Crews are on the scene of this area and are working on repairing the damage. High waters in Kenton County also resulted in voluntary evacuations at a Villa Hills trailer park.

In Mt. Adams, the storm caused a landslide on Hill Rd., uprooting trees and toppling cars. Many residents say it's the worst damage they've seen in years.

A home in Delhi had a large amount of damage because of the heavy rain. Water came rushing down a hill behind the home and filled the garage with several feet of water.

The water then flowed into the home through the family room and into the basement.

The FOX19 Stormtracker Weather Center is tracking the storms. Make sure to keep checking FOX19.com and FOX19 for all the latest weather coverage.

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