Storm Team 2 Meteorologist Jamie Jarosik says to expect heavy rain throughout the day Thursday but severe weather is not expected.
A great day to celebrate the Fourth of July early with barbecues and outdoor activities.
Heavy downpours overnight produced measurable rainfall.
Winds this afternoon will pick up out of the southwest at 10 -20 MPH.
Plenty of sunshine to start the weekend. Lower humidity and highs in the 70s today.
Storm Team 2 Meteorologist Tara Hastings says rain will pick up Friday afternoon and can be heavy at times.
Here is a collection of photos showing the damage already caused by Tropical Storm Cindy. This is the third named storm in 2017.
Officials in Santa Rosa County, which is just east of Pensacola, tweeted that some roads were under water early Wednesday.
Rain rolled through the area Wednesday morning causing water to run in many streets.
Montgomery County dispatchers tell 2 NEWS the tree fell in the 5900 block of Marylew Lane Tuesday afternoon.
It will be hot this afternoon. Be sure to take necessary precautions while outside today.
Much warmer across the Miami Valley today. Highs will reach into the upper 80s and it will be more humid.
Winds of up to 40 mph and penny-sized hail is expected with these storms.
Most of the day will be warm, breezy and a little more humid. Chance of a few showers and storms late this afternoon.
A great day for the Troy Strawberry Festival. The festival opens at 10 AM.
Scattered showers and storms possible this afternoon.
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