Good Tuesday, everybody. Rounds of heavy rain and some thunder are rolling across the state today, leading to one more day of flooding issues. This active pattern looks to continue for the foreseeable future, with much colder air joining the party once again.
Today is very active, so here’s a breakdown of how it plays out:
Heavy rain continues as a few thunderstorms try to get into the mix.
Flooding issues will likely develop in some areas. This consists of flooding of smaller creeks and streams and a few of the rivers.
The rain slows down from west to east this afternoon as a cold front slides through.
Winds are going to crank and may reach 40mph at times through tonight. That’s when a colder wind settles in, dropping temps into the 20s.
A few wraparound snow showers and flurries may be noted across central and eastern Kentucky this evening into very early Wednesday.
I will have all your tracking toys of the day in just a bit.
Another cold front rolls our way later this week, setting the stage for a farther south storm track to follow. The models are bringing a winter weather threat to the region Friday into Saturday.
The European Model is also picking up on the potential…
That active southern storm track rolls on through next week…
The GFS Ensembles have been showing this scenario for a while now and they continue to do so…
Once again, we shall see.
I will have updates later today. Until then, here is everything you need to track today’s flood threat…