Southwest Ohio (WDTN) – Much of the Miami Valley is experienced storms Tuesday tonight.
Some areas have seen hail, heavy rain and booming thunder.
Severe weather warnings were issued around 4 p.m. for Warren and Clinton Counties until 4:30 p.m. The systems moving through, are capable of producing large hail and wind gusts up to 60 m.p.h.
Dime sized hail fell near Yellow Springs. No damage was reported.
A band, moving over parts of Butler county produced lots of lightning and thunder powerful enough to rattle homes, according to a Middletown resident.
“I’ve never seen thunder like this before. We’ve had storms but nothing like it was today. To shake the whole house,” said Gwen Ketchem.
Dayton Power and Light says they are monitoring the weather and say they don’t typically have issues with service until wind gusts exceed 40 m.p.h. They are taking this opportunity to remind eveyone if you see lines down you should always assume they’re live. You can report downed wires or power outages by calling 877-4OUTAGE (877-468-8243).
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