Ohio University cancels classes Monday in anticipation of flooding, high winds

Ohio University cancels classes Monday in anticipation of flooding, high winds

The Rock River water level at Rockton was at 12.42 feet at 5:30 a.m. today, according to the National Weather Service/National Oceanic Atmospheric Administration website.

This video shows flooding around the Little Miami River, a tributary of the Ohio River, in Loveland.

As of Saturday, the river was measuring about 58 feet.

"After a few dry days, rain will return to some of the waterlogged cities in those regions, exacerbating the flooding situation", Dolce said. Fox17 says at least a dozen homes were damaged in one Montgomery County subdivision.

- SB I-75 at 10.7 mm has partially reopened.

The forecasts on Monday were the Ohio River to crest at 34.1 feet at Parkersburg and 36.1 feet at Belleville, which are expected to cause minor flooding.

"Ohioans do a good job of looking out for each other and we're doing it again now also", Kasich said in the statement.

"Based on current forecasts, specific areas on campus may be impacted by flooding Sunday evening into Monday morning", the university alert stated.

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There are 16 flood pump stations in the metro, and they've been running at full capacity for more than a week now.

Emergency crews in Louisville have worked over 100 water rescues since Saturday morning.

"When there's barricades out, do not drive around the barricades".

As we all know, Mother Nature is to be respected. "So right now, we're kind of liking what we're seeing".

Any rain anticipated this week "shouldn't be any significant factor for us here", he said.

The city has an updated list of road and street closures.

Preparations by local and state officials ahead of heavy rains and expected flooding helped OH "dodge a bullet" with no loss of life reported as of Sunday night, Republican Gov. John Kasich said.