Strong Evening T-Storms

There is a marginal risk for severe storms in the Miami Valley Sunday evening. Scattered storms will continue into the night. Storms will weaken after 9 p.m. A few isolated showers will be possible overnight.

The greatest threat will be damaging winds and hail at least 1 inch in diameter. A trough is tracking through the area increasing storm energy in the area. There is less energy across the northern half of the Miami Valley where there was widespread rain this morning.

‘Catastrophic’ and historic Hurricane Dorian unleashing devastating blow in northern Bahamas, takes aim at Southeast US

With peak winds of 180 mph, Hurricane Dorian is the strongest storm on record to strike the northwestern Bahamas, and threatens to bring high winds, coastal flooding and other impacts to the eastern coast of Florida and Southeast U.S.

Hurricane Dorian barrels toward Southeast U.S. as likelihood of direct hit on Florida decreases

With peak winds of 150 mph, Hurricane Dorian is as imposing and threatening as ever as it churns toward Florida and the Southeast United States. But because of a shift in model forecasts toward the east, it is possible that Florida may miss the full fury of this severe hurricane while areas farther north into coastal Georgia and the Carolinas face an increasing risk.


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