When will we see rain and the possibility of torrential rains

Do not forget the umbrella today because we will see several rounds of rain during the day, but this afternoon the heaviest rainfall falls. This is also the time of day when we have a low level of severe weather threat.

Jennifer Ketchmark

Wednesday SPC Outlook

strict: Our serious weather threat is this afternoon between 6 p.m. and 2 in the morning.


  • Now until 8 p.m. – Individual showers are developed
  • 8 a.m. until 4 p.m. – A lot of rain, nothing serious, mostly cloudy
  • 4 p.m. until 7 p.m. – Individual storms begin
  • 7 p.m. Wednesday to 2 p.m. Thursday – Heavy rains are developing, possible floods, serious danger as well

Heavy rains will pass through the Ohio Valley this morning with limited impact on morning travel. The temperature will range between 50 and 60 with increased clouds. Hit or miss shower will be possible this morning and afternoon. No thunderstorms are expected, nor strong weather phenomena.

Wednesday rain at noon

Jennifer Ketchmark

Wednesday rain at noon

It is after 6 p.m. that the focus shifts to a low-level severe weather threat and the possibility of sudden floods. Basically, we have a weather limit throughout our area and this will act as a railroad for storms between 7 p.m. and 2 p.m. Thunderstorms that cause very heavy rain could pass through the same location a few times (training storms), leading to impressive amounts of rainfall in a short period of time. This means we could see local flood warnings up to and including flood warnings. In individual locations it will be possible to rain more than 2 “.

Wednesday afternoon thunderstorms

Jennifer Ketchmark

Wednesday afternoon thunderstorms
During the night heavy rains and thunderstorms

Jennifer Ketchmark

During the night heavy rains and thunderstorms

The heaviest rain of the night should stop before 4 in the morning, allowing the roads to dry before Thursday morning.

Most of Thursday’s forecast will be partly cloudy and warmer with high prices in the mid to low 80s. Later in the night, isolated rains and thunderstorms will develop again. No bad weather is expected.

Friday is the warmest day of the week with a high 90 and mostly sunny skies. This could be our first 90 degree high in 2022.

Individual showers
Clouds are being built
Low: 58

Sporadic rains, mostly clouds
Afternoon storms, downpours develop
High: 75

Areas with heavy rainfall
Possible storms
Low: 63

Partly cloudy
Individual afternoon thunderstorms
High: 83

Low possibility
Milder, more forceful
Low: 66

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