5:15 P.M. Thunderstorms and heavy rainfall continue to track through the Miami Valley over the next hour or two. There are no severe thunderstorms at this time. A few scattered storms may continue overnight. The risk of severe thunderstorms diminishes once the sun goes down.
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At 5:30 pm Dayton Power and Light reported more than 3,100 customers without power.
4:52 P.M. The Montgomery County storm was allowed to expire on time. The storm remains sub severe as is tracks into Miami County and the western edge of Clark County.
4:44 P.M Severe Thunderstorm Warning Until 5:15 p.m. for Shelby, Logan, and Auglaize County. This thunderstorm is tracking N at 20 mph. Live Doppler 2 HD is picking up 65 mph wind gusts possible near Anna.
4:32 P.M. There may be some pea-sized hail periodically in these storms even if they are not severe. Right now Live Doppler 2 HD is picking up the potential just south of Arcanum in Darke County.
4:22 P.M. Severe Thunderstorm Warning until 4:45 p.m. for Montgomery County. 60 MPH wind gust and penny-sized hail possible. The storm is tracking N at 30 mph.
Pea-sized hail possible in Centerville, Sugarcreek Township, and Bellbrook.
4:06 P.M. Pea-sized hail was reported in Kettering as a thunderstorm developed on the outflow boundary of the first storm that moved through Montgomery County. The boundary is now producing a pick up in westerly wind in Xenia and helping to enhance storm development near Springboro.
Kettering hail photos are from Morgan Danielle. The estimated time of hail is about 3:26 p.m.
3:55 P.M. Doppler estimated wind gust around 35 mph NE of Tipp City. Another strong thunderstorm is tracking into Southern Montgomery County. Wind gust up to 50 mph is possible. You can expect a period of torrential rainfall.
3:52 P.M. Severe Thunderstorm warning for southern Warren County will expire at 4 p.m.
3:24 P.M. Severe Thunderstorm Warning issued for a storm over Amelia. This storm will track NE into Warren County where the far southern edge is included in the warning. Kings Island is a location under the warning. The warning will last until 4 p.m. Penny sized hail and 60 mph wind gust are possible. This a storm that is part of the line of storms tracking through the tri-state region now. This line is moving into a higher area of convective potential. Thunderstorms may strengthen quickly.
2:50 P.M. A thunderstorm has developed in Montgomery County. This storm will produce heavy rainfall and lighting. It is tracking NNE into Miami County. Stronger wind gusts are possible.
A lone of thunderstorms developed in Kentucky this morning. now the sub severe line is moving into the Miami Valley. There is a risk for wind gust right now 30-50 mph as the line tracks NNE. There will be a period of heavy rain as the Mesoscale Convective Vortex tracks into a region with higher convective potential south of I-70. Severe warnings for damaging wind gust will be possible over the next few hours.
FORECAST: There is a marginal risk for severe weather in the Miami Valley through the evening. The main threat is damaging wind gust.
The main line of thunderstorms will track NNE across the Miami Valley over the next 3 hours. A few isolated storms may develop ahead of the line.
Scattered showers and thunderstorms will be possible behind the line and into the evening. Storm energy will weaken as the sun goes down limiting storm intensity.
A few showers will continue into Monday morning.