Daily Archives: June 21, 2017

Time posted: 1:42 am

Late Week Flood Threat

Good Wednesday, everyone. We continue to track the potential for a very heavy rain event to cause issues across our part of the world. Tropical moisture from Cindy will arrive later Thursday and carry us into the start of the upcoming weekend.

There could be an isolated storm out there today, but the real tropical moisture arrives later Thursday. There could be a healthy slug of heavy rain moving from south to north into our region during the afternoon and evening. That in itself could bring a flood threat.

Before we get into the Friday-Saturday flood threat, let’s get the latest on Tropical Storm Cindy down in the Gulf of Mexico…

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What’s left of Cindy will move across Kentucky Friday into early Saturday, brining rounds of torrential rains. The best chance for flooding rains may be along and south of Interstate 64. Here’s my current threat map…

I will update that again later today on WKYT-TV.

Behind this system, it’s game on for some very cool temps for the end of June. Watch all the below normal temps settle in across much of the country…

I leave you with your interactive radar to track the weather here in Kentucky and down along the Gulf…

 

Make it a great day and take care.

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