Flood Warning issued June 20 at 1:54PM EDT until June 22 at 2:00PM EDT by NWS Wilmington
The National Weather Service in Wilmington has issued a
* Flood Warning for...
Shelby County in west central Ohio...
Logan County in west central Ohio...
Auglaize County in west central Ohio...
Southeastern Hardin County in west central Ohio...
Northern Union County in central Ohio...
Mercer County in west central Ohio...
* Until 145 PM EDT Friday.
* At 152 PM EDT, local law enforcement reported that several
roadways remained closed due to high water. Additional rainfall in
thunderstorms is expected later today. Runoff from any storms that
occur may worsen any ongoing flooding or create new flooding
* Some locations that will experience flooding include...
Sidney, Bellefontaine, Celina, Wapakoneta, St. Marys, Coldwater,
Fort Shawnee, New Bremen, Minster, St. Henry, Richwood, Newport,
Cridersville, Anna, Fort Loramie, Jackson Center, Fort Recovery,
Russells Point, De Graff and Botkins.
Flash Flood Watch issued June 20 at 10:47AM EDT until June 20 at 8:00PM EDT by NWS Wilmington
...FLASH FLOOD WATCH REMAINS IN EFFECT UNTIL 8 PM EDT THIS
The Flash Flood Watch continues for
* Portions of Indiana, Kentucky, and Ohio, including the
following areas, in Indiana, Dearborn, Fayette IN, Franklin
IN, Ohio, Ripley, Switzerland, Union IN, and Wayne. In
Kentucky, Boone, Bracken, Campbell, Carroll, Gallatin, Grant,
Kenton, Lewis, Mason, Owen, Pendleton, and Robertson. In Ohio,
Adams, Auglaize, Brown, Butler, Champaign, Clark, Clermont,
Clinton, Darke, Delaware, Fairfield, Fayette OH, Franklin OH,
Greene, Hamilton, Hardin, Highland, Hocking, Licking, Logan,
Madison, Mercer, Miami, Montgomery, Pickaway, Pike, Preble,
Ross, Scioto, Shelby, Union OH, and Warren.
* Until 8 PM EDT this evening
* Additional scattered storm development is expected again today,
with total additional rainfall up to 1.5 inches possible.
However, high rainfall rates of around an inch per hour may lead
to quick flooding and/or flash flooding issues.
* With very wet soil conditions across much of the region, any
heavy rain will quickly convert to runoff, either aggravating
ongoing flooding or helping to re-initiate high water issues.
Many low lying areas will be quick to flood should heavy rain