Severe weather leaves messy trail around Tri-State

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We’re finally in the clear.Tornado warnings have expired across the Cincinnati area as wild weather leaves the area. But it leaves behind a trail of destruction.PHOTOS: Storms wreak havoc on Tri-State A potent system pushed across the Cincinnati area Thursday, sparking tornado and severe thunderstorm warnings across the Cincinnati metro area. By 11:30 p.m., most of the severe weather was gone.LIVE RADAR // LATEST WEATHER ALERTSThe storms left behind a trail of damage – tearing an awning from a gas station in Kenwood, and toppling a driving rang shelter at Reeves golf course. No injuries have yet been reported. The system produced at least three tornadoes in western Kentucky — in Paducah, Morganfield and Smith Mills – and the National Weather Service could later confirm more.The wind will calm overnight as the severe weather threat moves out.Friday will be a cooler and breezy day. The high at midnight will be around 53 degrees. You can plan on most of the day temperatures hanging out in the mid to upper 40s.This is a big weekend in Cincinnati from the St. Patricks Day celebrations to the FC Cincinnati home MLS debut. It should be dry for all the fun, but cool.

We’re finally in the clear.

Tornado warnings have expired across the Cincinnati area as wild weather leaves the area. But it leaves behind a trail of destruction.

PHOTOS: Storms wreak havoc on Tri-State

A potent system pushed across the Cincinnati area Thursday, sparking tornado and severe thunderstorm warnings across the Cincinnati metro area.

By 11:30 p.m., most of the severe weather was gone.

LIVE RADAR // LATEST WEATHER ALERTS

The storms left behind a trail of damage – tearing an awning from a gas station in Kenwood, and toppling a driving rang shelter at Reeves golf course. No injuries have yet been reported.

The system produced at least three tornadoes in western Kentucky — in Paducah, Morganfield and Smith Mills – and the National Weather Service could later confirm more.

The wind will calm overnight as the severe weather threat moves out.

Friday will be a cooler and breezy day. The high at midnight will be around 53 degrees. You can plan on most of the day temperatures hanging out in the mid to upper 40s.

This is a big weekend in Cincinnati from the St. Patricks Day celebrations to the FC Cincinnati home MLS debut. It should be dry for all the fun, but cool.

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2019-03-15 05:14:00

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