Daily Archives: February 11, 2019

Time posted: 12:18 pm

Monday Afternoon Update

Good afternoon, everyone. Today is just ugly and rather depressing as nothing changes and your friendly weatherdude is powerless to change it. 🙁 Rounds of heavy rain continue to pound the bluegrass state, with the heaviest yet to come tonight and Tuesday. This will continue to cause flooding issues across the region.

Our Flood Watch was expanded to include the rest of the state…

Numerous counties across western Kentucky are already under Flood Warnings and we will likely see more added to the map…

Flood Warnings are also out for many of our rivers and those crest forecasts will vary depending on future rains. As of now, an additional 1″-3″ of rain should fall for many through Tuesday. Locally higher amounts will be possible in western and central parts of the state.

That system moves away Tuesday evening, but not before some backlash snows kick in…

Another system will quickly zip in here for the end of the week as our active storm track continues, but with a catch. This storm track is being pushed farther south as cold air takes control of the pattern…

This looks a lot like last year when winter didn’t arrive until late then pretty much wiped out our spring. Yippee. 🙁

I will have the latest on WKYT-TV starting at 4 and with another update on KWC later today. Until then, here are your radars to track the rain…

Have a good one and take care.

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