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CINCINNATI -- The Flash Flood Watch issued for most parts of the Tri-State has been canceled.

The Watch was scheduled to go until 2 a.m. Monday for all of our Indiana counties; Boone, Kenton, Campbell, Gallatin, Carroll Owen, Grant and Pendleton counties in Northern Kentucky; and Hamilton, Warren, Clinton, Clermont and Butler counties in Ohio. But the National Weather Service (NWS) canceled it at 7:30 p.m.

While the Watch was canceled, the threat of strong rains in the area persists.  An isolated strong storm capable of producing strong winds is possible.

A Flash Flood Watch means flooding of small streams, creeks and other drainage areas is possible within the Watch area. People in the Watch area should keep an eye on the weather and be prepared for immediate action should heavy rains and flooding occur or a Flash Flood Warning be issued.

You can find out more information about severe weather in the Tri-State at the following link: www.erh.noaa.gov/iln/

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