Heavy rains and winds, accompanied by thunderstorms, develop throughout Sunday.
Rain moves in early, but the brunt of the incoming system occurs during the afternoon and evening. Significant spots of rainfall will become more evident as the day progresses.
Strong winds will begin out of the east in the early morning hours, and quickly shift, coming out of the south and southwest predominantly throughout the day.
Sustained winds will be at 13-17 mph, while gusts could exceed 30 mph.
There exists an enhanced risk, which corresponds to a 30% chance, for damaging winds.
A slight risk is in place for hail and tornadoes.
Though, the biggest threat to the Ohio Valley appears to be the robust wind gusts, thunderstorms, lightning, and bands of heavy rain.
Downpours may create rising water issues in any locations that receive multiple hits from the storm.
However, the progressive, brief nature of the system limits a serious flood threat.
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