March… in like a lion?

Loveland, Ohio – Early morning thunderstorms did little noticeable wind damage, but, caused minor flooding along Keelhoffer’s Run Creek on Ohio Avenue, O’Bannon Creek as it entered Historic Loveland, and the Little Miami River.

East Kemper Road, Cones Road, and Karl Brown Way were closed to traffic.

Puddles of thumb-nail size hail could still be seen five hours later, despite temperatures that climbed near 60 degrees.

Photos by David Miller/Loveland Magazine © 2017




  1. Some very nice shots, David. Not sure too many others locally captured what you got in downtown Loveland. Looks like the flooding was far more impactful for those nearest the river than most knew.

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