A Flood Watch remains in effect for east-central Ohio until 8:00 PM Monday. A Flood Watch remains in effect until further notice for Stillwater Creek at Uhrichsville.
Rain amounting to an inch to two inches has fallen in much of the region.
The rain from this remnant tropical system is by no means finished. We continue to forecast an extended period of rain. Additional rain of two to three inches is expected through Monday evening.
It appears we will get a break in moderate rainfall in spots late this morning as a dry slot works its way across the region. Eventually, the dry areas will begin to fill back in and rain will resume for much of the day.
Hi-res futurecast simulated radar through 2:00 AM Monday:
Rainfall later today and tonight may be moderate to heavy at times – especially this evening and tonight. A rumble or two of thunder will also be possible tonight as the strongest convection crosses to our south. Isolated severe thunderstorms will be possible in parts of southern Ohio this evening and tonight.
Flooding remains a concern in low-lying areas and along streams and the river as runoff accumulates. East wind will be breezy at around 10 MPH with occasional gusts to 25 MPH. Rain tapers off Monday morning as the whole system shifts northward into the upper Great Lakes.
I still maintain my total storm rain forecast of 3″ to 5″ in our area.
I’ll post the river and stream hydrographs and forecasts in a separate post this evening.