DAYTON, Ohio (WDTN) – Severe weather is rolling into the Miami Valley Wednesday.
6:00 pm: A Flood Advisory is in effect for Warren County until 7:45 pm. All other advisories have been canceled. The Miami Valley is at a low risk of severe weather for the rest of the evening, though scattered thunderstorms could pop up.
5:05 pm: The Flash Flood Warnings for Greene and Montgomery counties have expired. Flood Advisories remain in place for Butler, Clark, Darke, Greene, Miami, Montgomery, Preble, and Warren counties.
4:05 pm: Flash Flood Warnings remain in effect for Greene and Montgomery Counties until 6:45 pm.
As always, if you encounter flooded roads while driving, turn around. Do not attempt to pass through it.
At least a foot of water was reported near Shoup Mill Road and Riverside Drive in Dayton.
Additionally, high waters caused issues for some drivers in Trotwood near the Salem Mall:
3:13 pm: A Flood Advisory is in place for Darke, Miami, Montgomery, and Preble counties until 5:45 pm.
Some locations that will experience minor flooding include: Dayton, Kettering, Huber Heights, Troy, Trotwood, Vandalia, Englewood, Tipp City, Moraine, West Milton, Oakwood, Arcanum, Lewisburg, West Alexandria, Riverside, Clayton, Union, Brookville, New Lebanon and Shiloh.
2:15 pm: The Severe Thunderstorm Warnings have expired. More scattered thunderstorms are likely throughout the afternoon.
1:30 pm: A Severe Thunderstorm Warning was issued for Miami and Montgomery Counties until 2 pm.
Stay with the STORM TEAM 2 team throughout the afternoon and evening as thunderstorms roll through.
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