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Severe Weather Alert

The National Weather Service has issued a briefing for the severe thunderstorms and flash flooding threat tonight and early Wednesday morning, March 1.  The main risks during this event will be moderate to heavy rain, damaging winds, large hail, and the potential for tornadoes.

This severe weather is a two-part event, with the first round of severe storms projected to come through Hamilton Council around 10 p.m.  The first round of storms is expected to be a super cell, producing heavy downpour rain, large hail up to two inches, damaging winds up to 60 mph, and the potential for tornadoes.  The second line of thunderstorms is projected to hit around 5-7 a.m. and could potentially stay in the area until noon on Wednesday.  Rainfall between the two waves could accumulate as high as 3-4 inches.  The morning commute has the potential to see street flooding, due to the heavy rains.

Hamilton County EMHSA Duty Officers will continue to monitor the weather throughout the night.

Statement issued by the Hamilton County Emergency Management & Homeland Security Agency.
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