By Mike Perleberg
(Hebron, Ky.) – The Tri-State is drying out after a weekend of heavy rain and storms.
About 3.5 inches is how much rainfall was recorded between Saturday afternoon and Monday morning at the Cincinnati-Northern Kentucky International Airport in Hebron, according to the National Weather Service.
The rain has moved on. A Flash Flood Watch for parts of the Eagle 99.3 listening area expired overnight Sunday into Monday.
Some low-lying roads in southeast Indiana had to be closed due to high water. Franklin County dispatch reported Huntersville Road closed for a few hours Sunday morning.
The weather service shows that the Great Miami River at Miamitown crested at 8.78 feet Sunday evening, well below flood stage of 16 feet.
The forecast for the rest of the week is dry. Temperatures will be more seasonal than last week’s warm streak. The high on Monday is expected to only reach about 60 degrees. Tuesday will be 68 and sunny.