Wet Weather Continues

Good Wednesday, weather weenies. A potent system continues to press across the region, keeping the  wet weather into the middle and end of the week. From here, we watch for another system to impact us through the weekend and into early next week.

The showers and storms out can still be on the strong side with the potential for a local severe wind gust. Watch for locally heavy rains today that can put down enough rain to cause a few high water issues…

Additional rounds of showers and thunderstorms will likely hang around into Thursday and Friday. Each round may contain very heavy rainfall, with additional, local high water issues possible.

As we roll into the weekend another system is likely to have a big impact on our weather. As I’ve mentioned for several days now, another upper level system may slowly move across the Ohio Valley, bringing more in the way of very wet weather. Rounds of showers and thunderstorms look to be on the increase once again…

Heavy rainfall will once again be the main threat, as we continue to be on guard for local high water issues. This is a very abnormal pattern for early August, but it fits the overall pattern for the entire year.

Have a great day and take care.


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7 Responses to Wet Weather Continues

  1. Jeff Hamlin says:

    We really do not need this much rain.

    • Terry says:

      ‘The Year of the Storms.’ If not remembered for much else, 2018 will definitely be though upon as the year for stormy weather.

  2. Casey Smith says:

    I’m sure we’ll kick ourselves for saying this but enough with the rain! We haven’t had much summer weather to enjoy.

  3. Robroyh says:

    Chris, thanjs for all you do…. what’s your weather thought for the Aug 18-19 weekend in the Lawrenceburg area?? Thanks again!!

  4. winter lover says:

    Rain, rain and rain, Is it snowing yet. LOL

  5. TennMark says:

    Many strong to severe thunderstorms rocked areas in and near Nashville a few hours ago. A fair number limbs and even whole trees are down. So far, just under 2000 customers around Nashville are without power, mainly on west side of town including around Vanderbilt University. The lights in my office blinked a time or two but stayed on.

    So far, have not heard of any serious injuries or worse.

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