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Flood warnings continue after day of steady rain

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Flood warnings remain in effect for several Tri-State counties as rivers and creeks continue to rise.

The following areas are under flood warnings:

  • Ohio Brush Creek above West Union until Tuesday afternoon - at 3 a.m., the river was measured at 14.7 feet; flood stage is 15 feet. The river will rise to near 16.5 feet by late Tuesday morning.
  • Great Miami River near Middletown until late Tuesday night - at 3 a.m., the river was measured at 11.7 feet; flood stage is 12 feet. The river will rise above flood stage late Tuesday afternoon and continue to rise to near 12 feet by Tuesday night, then fall below flood stage.
  • Great Miami River near Miamitown until Thursday evening - at 3 a.m., the river was measured at 22.2 feet; flood stage is 16 feet. The river will continue to rise to near 23.2 feet by Tuesday afternoon, falling below flood stage by Thursday afternoon.
  • Little Miami River at Kings Mills until Tuesday evening - at 10 p.m. Monday the river was measured at 20.6 feet; flood stage is 17 feet. The river is cresting and will continue to fall below flood stage by Tuesday afternoon.
  • Little Miami River at Milford until Tuesday evening - at 3 a.m. the river was measure at 18.4 feet. Flood stage is 17 feet. The river has crested and will continue to fall below flood stage by Tuesday afternoon.

FOX19 Meteorologist Katy Morgan says there will be a drizzle off and on through Tuesday, but the heaviest rain is over. Tuesday will be cloudy and cold.

A complete list of flood warnings, watches and advisories is available at http://www.fox19.com/weatheralerts. Be sure to get your complete forecast at www.fox19.com/weather.



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