Severe Threat Gone but Flash Flooding is Occurring


DAYTON, Ohio (WDTN) – A Flash Flood Watch continues until 4 am EST Monday.

Storm Team 2 Chief Meteorologist  Brian Davis says the threat for severe weather has ended, but heavy rainfall producing flooding is happening now.  As a matter of fact, water rescues have been taking place in Huber Heights, the Dayton Metro Area and a report of US 35 shutdown at James H. McGee.

Some locales are receiving up to 4 inches of rainfall in a very short amount of time.  Please stay vigilant if you are planning on traveling on area roadways this evening.  If you see flooding, be sure to turn around, don’t drown. It only takes about 6 inches of water to cause your vehicle to float.

The Northern Indiana office of the National Weather Services posted these images to Twitter of Sunday’s tornado damage.

A 2 NEWS viewer sent us photos of the damage caused as storms moved through Celina.

A Flash Flood Watch is in effect until 4 a.m. Monday.

Heavy rainfall is producing Flash Flooding along the I70 corridor.  The rainfall potential is up to 4 inches of rain.  Stay away from flooded roadways and don’t drive through heavy water. Stay tuned to WDTN-TV and for all the latest weather developments.

TONIGHT: Cloudy with scattered showers and storms. Heavy rain is causing flash flooding in some locations.  Low 48

MONDAY:  Mostly cloudy. High 52

MONDAY NIGHT:  Mostly cloudy.  Spotty shower, mainly south. Low 37

TUESDAY:  Clouds mixed with afternoon sun.  High 52

Temperatures return to back to normal and even fall below normal for next week.

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