(Toledo, OH) Northwest Ohio is in the path of some possible flooding.
A steady rain will fall starting this morning-- and it could get nasty. National Weather Service forecasters call for up to two inches of rain over the next three days as temperatures rise to near-record levels.
Rainfall could be heavier in some areas, leading to standing water on roads and flooding of creeks and streams. There are small chances of ice damming along major waterways, too.
Flood warnings are in effect for the Tiffin River near Stryker and the St. Joseph River near Montpelier.