High water from storms floods portion of I-75 N near Dryden Road

Credit: DaytonDailyNews

Storms hit Montgomery County

Credit: DaytonDailyNews

The storms that crossed through the region Friday night prompting eyewitness reports of highway flooding, a downed tree and hail:

  • 8:56 p.m.: In Montgomery County, high water on I-75 North in the area of Dryden Road has the right and middle lanes shut down.
  • 8:38 p.m.: In Clark County, trained spotters in Springfield report nickel-size hail in the Northridge area.
  • 7:56 p.m.: In Warren County, southwest of Miamisburg, reports of dime-size hail.
  • 7:15 p.m.: In Butler County, penny- and dime-size hail was reported in Okeana and in Scipio.
  • 7:14 p.m.: In Preble County, on Antioch Road about 3 miles south of Eaton, a tree estimated to be 60 feet tall is reported down. There is no report of injury.
  • 6:42 p.m.: In Preble County, about 6 miles southwest of Eaton, amateur radio spotters are reporting dime-size hail in Lakengren.
  • 6:42 p.m.: In Shelby County, about 4 miles north of Sidney, amateur radio spotters are reporting dime-size hail between Sidney and Anna.
  • 6:30 p.m.: In College Corner, Preble County, a trainer weather service spotter reports quarter-size hail.
  • 6:15 p.m.: In Darke County, viewers in Greenville reported seeing hail.
  • 6:00 p.m.: In Darke County, hail was seen in Hollansburg, as reported on Facebook by viewer John Hollinger.
  • 5:53 p.m.: In Shelby County, quarter-size hail was seen near U.S. 52 and state Route 244 in Andersonville, according to a trained National Weather Service spotter.

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