Colder air returns

5 P.M. Thu. Feb. 7, 2019

Fireworks fizzle out

Ideas about some exciting weather between 4 and 5 P.M. certainly proved to be wrong.  That squall line died out quickly so all we got was more rain – minus the winds and flash flooding.

Threat of anything bad happening is over.  Rain should end just after 9 P.M. but amounts won’t be high enough to trigger river/stream overflows locally – flooding is far more likely over Indiana at least 30 miles north of the Ohio River. Remaining rainfall should be less than one-third of an inch.

Temperatures will be dropping quickly tonight into the 20’s by morning.  And the cold air will bring some wind gusts to 30 mph or so this evening – weakening after Midnight.

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