DAYTON, Ohio (WDTN) - The entire Miami Valley region received a good soaking throughout the day Thursday, with more to come, but likely not as intense as what rolled through the northern counties Wednesday night.
Storm Team 2 Forecast Meteorologist Jamie Jarosik said the risk of severe weather is diminishing as temperatures turn cool.
"As suspected, cooler air and extensive cloud cover will help limit the severe coverage here," Jarosik said. "Still, we will keep you posted of any warnings."
Thursday night will be mostly cloudy and turning chilly with a low of 42. The thunderstorms will end, but there will still be a chance of showers.
Friday will be partly sunny in the morning and mostly cloudy in the afternoon, breezy and much cooler with a slight chance of an afternoon shower.
Making off with some last minute bargains, shoppers flooded the Dayton Mall Saturday before round two of the storm hits the Miami Valley.
State representatives Mike Henne and Jim Butler spent Saturday morning going door-to-door in a riverside neighborhood.
Christmas comes early for some kids in the region.
Two women were arrested early Saturday morning after leading Dayton and Riverside Police on a slow speed pursuit with a stolen snow plow.
Preble County crews are battling a barn fire this afternoon on Barnetts Mill Road in Camden.