Traffic is being rerouted to valley street in Dayton. One Dayton Police Officer is on scene helping direct traffic.
Severe thunderstorm warnings are currently in place near Indianapolis.
Less humid today. Tonight will be a great night to open up the windows and let Mother Nature provide some air conditioning!
This storm could include winds gusts up to 60 mph that could cause damage to roofs, siding and trees,
Showers will be developing today. In addition to the rainfall, temperatures will be over 10 degrees below average for this time of the year.
Not as much sunshine as Friday. Any Fourth of July activities for Saturday will be rain free. Sunday rain will move into the area by the aft…
Two men who were presumed dead when a camper was swept away in rushing waters during the West Virginia floods were found alive, officials sa…
A great summer day for outdoor activities. Enjoy the sunshine!
Storm Team 2 Meteorologist Brian Davis says a cold front is moving in and strong storms are developing in northern Greene and Montgomery Cou…
Firefighting officials say one drone came within feet of a firefighting helicopter and could have killed the flight crew.
Preliminary investigation shows that the tornado was an EF0, and that high winds were reported as at least 80 miles per hour.
The cleanup from the overnight severe weather has begun around the Miami Valley with numerous reports of trees down.
As of Wednesday afternoon, those flights were specifically limited to the Chicago-area which was surrounded by heavy rain and some hail.
Storm Team 2 Meteorologist Tara Hastings says confidence is high that strong storms will move through the area Wednesday night.
Sunglasses, hats, sunscreen and water to drink are all needed today if you will be outside for any length of time.
Sunny and warm today. An air pollution advisory is in effect for Clark, Greene, Miami and Montgomery counties through the weekend.
TONIGHT: Isolated evening shower. Otherwise, partly cloudy, mild & muggy. Low 68 WEDNESDAY: Partly sunny with scattered showers & t’stor…