Tracking Winter Weather To Heavy Rain

Good evening, folks. Wintry precipitation and heavy rain continue to overspread the region from south to north. This is going to bring a touch of light accumulations of snow and ice, but a lot of rain that may cause flooding issues.

Our Winter Weather Advisory continues for areas along and north of Interstate 64 through the wee hours of Wednesday morning…

From there, it’s rounds of heavy rain and a few rumbles of thunder through Wednesday night. That can bring flooding issues to the region, with the focus shifting to the central and east as Wednesday wears on.

We get a break on Thursday, but more rain rolls in here on Friday and takes us through the weekend. This comes from a major storm system in the plains. Thunderstorms may even get into the mix and some of those could be strong or severe.

The flood threat will be way, way up once again as rainfall numbers keep increasing. The Euro is spitting out some 3″-5″ rains from this system alone…

Another system follows that up by early next week, but there’s a lot of cold air finally trying to show up behind it as we close February and go into early March…

#teamspring

I have you all set to track this evening’s action…

Hamburg Area from WKYT Studio
Lexington

I-75 @ Newtown Pike
Lexington

-75/I-64 Southern Split Lexington

Georgetown


I-64 at KY-801
Near Morehead

I-64 MP 97
Winchester
I-64 WB @ MP 97

Mountain Parkway near Slade

London

Pine Mountain

Jenkins

Florence

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Covington

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Louisville

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E-town

Have a great evening and take care.

 


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3 Responses to Tracking Winter Weather To Heavy Rain

  1. Debbie says:

    The most colorful radar ever. Cryin’ shame none of the heavier pink/white will never cover Bardstown.
    Oh, well.

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