First Alert Weather Day: Risk increases for strong or severe storms
CINCINNATI (WXIX) - Monday is a First Alert Weather Day due to disruptive weather expected late afternoon through the evening with a slight threat of a few strong to possibly severe storms, according to the FOX19 NOW Weather Team.
The timeline for any strong to severe storms to develop will be after 6 p.m. The latest update has storms forming in our southern counties around midnight.
The Storm Prediction Center has the Tri-State under a slight risk for severe weather.
The main threat includes strong straight-line winds and hail. There may be downpours that could result in localized flooding, frequent cloud-to-ground lightning, and a very low risk of an isolated tornado.
Showers and thunderstorms will end late Monday night into early Tuesday morning with lows falling into the upper 50s.
A stray shower or thunderstorm is possible Tuesday morning, but much of the day looks dry with clouds decreasing throughout the day and cooler - more seasonable - conditions, according to the FOX19 NOW Weather Team.
Highs Tuesday will be in the low 70s with late-day sunshine.
Abundant sunshine is on the way Wednesday with highs seasonably warm in the mid-70s.
Clouds will build back in the region on Thursday as well as afternoon highs in the low 80s.
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