11:10 p.m. update: The rain will continue to taper off tonight. We will be dry and mostly cloudy tonight with partly sunny skies tomorrow. There is a low chance for an isolated storm Sunday afternoon.
There is no risk for severe weather tonight, Sunday, or Monday.
We are tracking scattered afternoon thunderstorms on Memorial Day.
8:03 p.m. update: Another round of rain will move through southern Montgomery and southern Greene County as well as Butler, Warren, and Clinton County.
There is not a lot of lightning with this storm. Rainfall will be light to moderate.
7:01 p.m. update: 1.1 inches of rain fell in 15 minutes in Centerville, Ohio. The heavy rain continues to track east into Clark, Greene, Warren, and Clinton County.
As this line of storms moved through Union County, Indiana there were trees on Kitchel Road in Liberty, Indiana. That is the only damage report so far.
The storm energy will weaken as the sun goes down. Severe weather is not likely after 8 p.m.
The risk for severe weather will stay NW of the Miami Valley.
6:15 p.m. update: Centerville, Indiana has picked up 1.02 inches of rain. Localized flooding will be possible. Severe weather is likely closer to the Ohio River where there is a stationary front. The complex of storms continues to track through the Miami Valley. So far there have not been any reports of damage or strong wind gusts.
5 p.m. update: This storm complex will track across the Miami Valley through 7 p.m. A few scattered storms are developing behind the main system.
The biggest risk will be lighting and wind gusts 50-60 mph. There may be some small hail. Localized flooding will be possible.
Here is a look at estimated times of arrival.
There is a severe thunderstorm warning for Wayne County Indiana through 4:45 p.m. 60 mph wind gusts and quarter-sized hail is possible.
Strong to severe thunderstorms are possible through 8 p.m. tonight. The greatest risk will be gusty wind up to 60 mph. There may be some small hail.
A cluster of thunderstorms has developed and is tracking east into the Miami Valley. These storms are moving slowly, only about 25 mph.
We will see the potential for severe weather through about 8 p.m. tonight. Once the sun goes down the thunderstorms will weaken.
Not everyone will see rain or thunderstorms. We will see a 30% chance for thunderstorms on Memorial Day.