Heavy rain produces flooding across Tri-State as cold front approaches

Source: Eric, FOX19 News Nation
Source: Eric, FOX19 News Nation
High water in the area of Harrison and Rybolt roads
High water in the area of Harrison and Rybolt roads
Source: Josh, FOX19 News Nation
Source: Josh, FOX19 News Nation

(FOX19) - Heavy rain that moved through the Tri-State Tuesday caused some flooding issues.

A flood warning is in effect until 4:15 p.m. for Hamilton, Boone and Dearborn counties. High water is being reported on several roadways, and some creeks and streams are rising above their beds.

Flood advisories are in effect until 2 p.m. for most of the Tri-State. Radar is estimating that between 1 and 1.5 inches of rain have already fallen across the Tri-State, and an additional line of thunderstorms could produce another inch. Click here for a full list of warnings and advisories.

Temperatures Tuesday morning are in the 50's, but colder air will push through later in the afternoon and we could see some flurries and light snow.

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