Good morning Tri-State!
Much of North American will see a rare astronomical treat on Wednesday – a total lunar eclipse. Chief Meteorologist Steve Horstmeyer says while we can expect some clouds Wednesday morning, there should be enough of a clearing to spot the eclipse. Want to check it out? The Cincinnati Observatory invites anyone who wants to wake up early to watch the show in the sky at their facility.
(Photo: Flickr/Linda Tanner)
The National Weather Service will be in Northern Kentucky today assessing damage from last night's storms to determine if a tornado touched down.
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