Tracking Heavy Rain and Strong Storms

Good afternoon, everyone. We have rounds of heavy rain and strong storms pushing across the region through tonight. Some of these storms may also be strong or severe for parts of central and western Kentucky.

The Storm Prediction Center has expanded the severe weather risk area for western and central parts of the state…

Damaging winds and large hail are the main players, but there is a small tornado risk in the southwest.

In addition to the severe threat, a lot of rain may fall through Tuesday morning. This could cause high water issues to develop and the WPC has us in the low-end risk for flooding…

The models continue to spit out additional rains of 1″-2″…

Thursday finds a southern system grazing the area with more rain as cold air pushes in from the northwest. That could lead to a few snowflakes by Friday.

Temps rebound quickly by Sunday with a mainly above normal pattern settling in through the middle of March…

I will have the latest on WKYT-TV starting at 4pm then again on KWC this evening. I leave you with your tracking toys for the afternoon…

Current watches
Current Watches

Possible Watch Areas

Current MDs

Have a great Monday and take care.


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5 Responses to Tracking Heavy Rain and Strong Storms

  1. BubbaG says:

    Salt being washed away = Win!

  2. Virgil E says:

    Can’t believe its been 8 years now since we said goodbye to TG Shuck and welcomed Chris back to WKYT as Chief Met. After all the Tornadoes that day.. Time Flies

  3. Jimbo says:

    Nothing but sprinkles and drizzle in the tri-state so far. Good by me.

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