Storm threat over for the Miami Valley

Storm clouds in Celina. (Photo/Trevor Krogman)
Storm clouds in Celina. (Photo/Trevor Krogman)

DAYTON, Ohio (WDTN) – Our chances for severe weather are over for the time being.

A heavy downpour of rain in Montgomery County flooded several streets Wednesday afternoon including Dryden Road in Moraine and Hollyhock Drive in Miami Township.  The flood water quickly rose catching motorists off guard.  We know that the flooding on Hollyhock Drive has already receded.

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Ronnie Fitch took this Report It photo along SR 29 west of Anna, Ohio, June 4, 2014.

Meteorologist Tara Hastings say conditions will continue to improve as the humidity drops.

The cell that moved through this morning produced rainfall rates of 1-2 inches per hour back in Indiana, and prompted flood advisories for the southwestern Miami Valley.  Localized flooding will be possible with any thunderstorm that develops today.

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