Hurricane Zeta Remnants Expected To Bring One To Three Inches Of Rain To The Tri-State

The National Weather Service says rain moves into the region tonight and will persist into midday Thursday.

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(Lawrenceburg, Ind.) – Remnants of Hurricane Zeta is expected to bring heavy rain to the tri-state area.

The National Weather Service says rain will move into the region tonight with rain persisting into Thursday.

Rain may be heavy at times, particularly from late tonight into midday Thursday.

Precipitation amounts could range from one to three inches making flooding possible.

The hazardous weather outlook is for Southeast Indiana, Northeast Kentucky, Northern Kentucky, South Central Ohio and Southwest Ohio.

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