7:00 pm Saturday, May 27, 2017
**SEVERE THUNDERSTORM WATCH FOR BROWN, ADAMS, CARROLL, GALLATIN, OWEN, GRANT, PENDLETON, BRACKEN, ROBERTSON, AND MASON COUNTIES UNTIL 1OPM**
Afternoon: Mainly along and south of the Ohio River, strong to severe storms are expected. Some may be severe with damaging wind and large hail. Warm and humid. High: 82°
Overnight: A line of strong to severe storms will approach after 1am. Damaging wind gusts in excess of 60mph possible with some storms. Otherwise, mostly cloudy. Low: 64°
Sunday: Mostly cloudy with showers and thunderstorms early and again in the late afternoon/evening. Some could be severe with damaging wind and large hail. High: 78°
Spotty storms developing in northern Kentucky and southwest Ohio. An isolated storm may grow tall enough to become severe with damaging wind and large hail. The next severe threat comes after 1am through sunrise on Sunday morning. A large squall line will approach from the west with wind gusts in excess of 60mph possible in parts of this line. There is some uncertainty as to if this line will weaken before it gets to the Tri-State. Another round of scattered storms Sunday afternoon and evening could also be severe. If you want to avoid the rain and storms completely, Monday will be your day. Memorial Day will be quite enjoyable as we return to dry weather under partly cloudy to mostly sunny skies at a high near 78°. Other than a few isolated rain chances, we remain dry into our next weekend.
Meteorologist Tera Blake
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