Catherine Bodak, FOX19

Catherine Bodak

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Recent articles by Catherine:

FIRST ALERT: Tornado warning issued for several counties in Tri-State area

Saturday is a First Alert Weather Day → Read More

FIRST ALERT: Strong to severe storms possible Saturday evening into Sunday morning

CINCINNATI (WXIX) - Saturday is a First Alert Weather Day with possibly strong to severe storms from Saturday afternoon to Sunday morning. There is a chance of strong to severe storms between 2 p.m. and Midnight. Primary threats will be damaging wind gusts, hail, and heavy rain. There may also be a chance of an isolated tornado. Skies clear out Sunday with daytime highs in the low 70s. Dry… → Read More

Cincinnati Zoo partners with local bakery to ‘save the bees’

Klosterman Baking Company and Cincinnati Zoo and Botanical Gardens will be hosting nine separate native plant sales. → Read More

Chance of accumulating snow on Sunday

Wind chill temperatures overnight will range from zero to 12 degrees. → Read More

Foggy start to first day of winter

Expect rain for Christmas Eve, but the forecast on Christmas Day will be a gift → Read More

Worst of heat wave Wednesday, Thursday

CINCINNATI (WXIX) - Wednesday and Thursday are expected to be the worst days of a heat wave that has kept the Tri-State in the oven for more than two weeks now. High temperatures by Wednesday afternoon will reach the mid 90s as the heat index pushes as high as 102 degrees. Outside of the smallest chance of a shower or thunderstorm, we’re in for another streak of hot and dry days Rain is expected… → Read More

Tropical Storm Grace becomes 7th named storm this season

The storm is expected to bring heavy rain and flooding. → Read More

National Traffic Safety specialist gives heat safety tips

It is that time of year where temperatures and humidity levels are high so it is important to follow safety tips put in place by the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration, NHTSA. → Read More

Watch party held for Cincinnati soccer player Rose Lavelle at Silverton bar

A Rose Lavelle watch party was held at a bar in Silverton. → Read More

Summer heat hurting upcoming Christmas tree crop

“It’s just really a bad time to be a Christmas tree farmer." → Read More

Make your bid: Art by Fiona, other 4-legged artists can be yours

Proceeds from the Art Auction help with the care and feeding of zoo residents. → Read More

Man canoes 7,500 miles across country, makes way to Cincinnati

One man is canoeing 7,500 miles across the country and made his way to the Queen City Saturday. → Read More

Fungus attacking, killing some cicadas

The fungus is so savvy that it can actually modify the cicada’s behavior. → Read More

Open-air vintage market, Charm at the Farm, returns to Lebanon farm grounds

The open-air vintage outdoor market, Charm at the Farm, will be celebrating their fifth anniversary as they return to Lebanon starting this coming weekend. → Read More

First Alert: Soggy day ahead

Be sure to grab an umbrella if you head to Great American Ball Park for the Reds game at 12:35 p.m. → Read More

Recent weather may be worsening allergies

This weather has allowed for several pollen producers to thrive. → Read More

Weather wreaks havoc along Lake Erie

Mother nature is showing no mercy at the start of this Memorial Day weekend in the Buckeye State. → Read More

What are the benefits of cicadas?

Even after they die, they are still beneficial. → Read More

Indiana woman finds giant morel mushrooms

Maranda Shoemaker found a morel that measured about 12 inches in her shed in Laurel. → Read More

Over 80 artists participated in Art on Vine

It continues on the first Sunday of every month from June to September. → Read More