DAYTON, Ohio (WDTN) —
UPDATE 10PM: The National Weather Service is tracking storms but the threat of severe weather has greatly diminished for Thursday night.
Storm Team 2 Chief Meteorologist Brian Davis said rain chances should continue through the first part of the night, but the area should dry out after a cold front passes through. It should be dry through Friday morning, but thunderstorms could pop up in the afternoon and evening.
UPDATE 5PM: Chief Meteorologist Brian Davis is tracking some showers and isolated thunderstorms crossing the Miami Valley tonight.
Expect things to pick up between 6 p.m. to 8 p.m. as a cold front blows through the area. The Miami Valley will be back to a chance of showers come 9 p.m. Davis said there is a very small chance of an isolated tornado south of I-70.
The clouds should begin to part later in the night, around 11 p.m., and rain will be back again Friday afternoon.
Storm Team 2 Meteorologist Jamie Jarosik said Thursday will be windy and rainy with some possible thunderstorms, reminding the Miami Valley that Spring has a bit of a dark side.
Showers, and even a few thunderstorms, will develop as we head through lunch and into the afternoon. There is a slight severe threat, with damaging wind and an isolated tornado possible.
The National Weather Service said all of the Miami Valley had a risk for severe weather Thursday with damaging winds being the main threat. A weak tornado cannot be ruled out.
Stay with WDTN.com and Storm Team 2 throughout the day as weather impacts the Miami Valley.