Saturday Evening Update

Good evening, gang. I wanted to drop by for a quick update on the increasing heavy rain threat starting to develop across our region.

Our cold front is working in from the west and will slow down, producing widespread showers and storms. A few of these storms may even be on the strong side. The flash flood threat will then increase tonight and Sunday as the front interacts with deep tropical moisture…

Here are your radars to track the action. Don’t forget to take the interactive radar down to the gulf to see live chase cams as Hurricane Nate comes ashore…


Nate is moving as fast as you’re ever going to see a tropical system, especially in the Gulf of Mexico…

As expected, the National Hurricane Center has taken the track farther west into Kentucky. Nate will be a Tropical Depression as it moves across Kentucky Sunday night…

cone graphic

Nate will bring very heavy rain in here, giving us another threat for high water later Sunday into early Monday. The general rainfall forecast hasn’t changed…

Give then nature of thunderstorms, there will be some pockets that can exceed those amounts, with some areas potentially hitting the under.

I will have a full update later tonight. Make it a good one and take care.


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One Response to Saturday Evening Update

  1. kay says:

    Thanks for the update, Chris! Battening down the hatches 🙂

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