CELINA, Ohio (WDTN) - Potential severe weather Thursday could threaten the Dayton Dragons season opener.
2 NEWS checked to find out what would happen if thunderstorms rolled through during the game.
The staff at the stadium said they do have a severer weather plan in place. Staff members will be monitoring radar and changing weather conditions.
If it becomes necessary, they will guide spectators to several designated shelter areas like restrooms and internal corridors.
The plan will be tested if the weather is anything like Wednesday night.
Mother Nature pounded downtown Celina hard with hail.
It came down fast and furious for about thirty minutes at the intersection of Market and Vine Streets causing minor damage and some flooding.
The rain created problems throughout much of the Miami Valley.
Other parts of Mercer County saw much of the same with pooling water along roadways.
Over in Shelby County, lightning and thunder rolled through Sidney, along with the rain, making driving difficult.
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Public health workers in Montgomery County will no longer be able to smoke on the job.
Lenser said his fleet of 20 trucks will be spreading salt on Montgomery county's roads, but not any pretreatment solution.
AAA said its important to check your windshield washer fluid, and possibly change it with anti-freeze windshield washer fluid. Also, check your oil and anti-freeze.
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