Local Flash Flood Threat

Good Thursday, everyone. We continue to track rounds of showers and storms across the region, with each storm cluster bringing the potential for flash flooding. These storms are part of a rather stormy setup that looks to be settling back in for the long haul.

In addition to the potential for, at least, local high water issues, a few of the storms may also be strong. Local high wind gusts are possible and the Storm Prediction Center has parts of the area in a low-end severe weather risk…

Those storms are along and ahead of an area of low pressure working into the Ohio Valley on Friday. That’s when we get in on threat for strong or, locally, severe storms…

Once again, torrential rains will give us the potential for flash flooding. Temps will be held in check over the next few days, with some areas not making it our of the 70s.

Scattered storms will be noted on Saturday, but we may find mainly dry times taking control. That won’t last long as another system brings showers and storms back in here for Sunday and Monday…

I have you all set to track today’s rounds of strong storms and heavy rains…

Current watches
Current Watches

Possible watch areas
Current MDs

Have a great Thursday and take care.

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3 Responses to Local Flash Flood Threat

  1. Schroeder says:

    Thanks Chris for the update. Welcome to Summer everyone. I hope all the gardens out there get free irrigation in the coming days. Have a great day everyone.

  2. Coffeelady says:

    Thanks Chris. Traveling north today and was hoping for a bit better weather. Don’t mind the rain here as we are bone dry! Hopefully it will trek southward as we go the other way… Either way, happy 1st day of summer! After today, the days start getting shorter. ☹️ Have a great Friday Eve!

    • Terry says:

      We finally received some rain in Harlan and had been bone dry here too with less than an inch for June until late yesterday evening. Hopefully, you have some dry weather northward. Stay safe on your trip!

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