(Hebron, Ky.) - Hurricane Sandy could cause some headaches locally as high winds enter the tri-state Monday afternoon.
The National Weather Service in Wilmington, Ohio has issued a Wind Advisory in effect from noon Monday until 6:00 p.m. Tuesday. Tree limbs and some power lines could come down as sustained winds of 25 to 35 MPH blow in. Gusts will reach 50 MPH.
At the Cincinnati-Northern Kentucky International Airport, officials say a few eastbound flights were canceled Sunday as they storm continued its approach of the Atlantic Ocean.
More cancelations are expected at CVG Monday with service returning to normal as soon as Tuesday.
The National Hurricane Center says Sandy is expected to make landfall Monday evening or night somewhere in the Atlantic City, New Jersey area.
Forecasters say Sandy is likely to bring what they're warning could be "life-threatening storm surge" to some coastal areas.