Month: June 2020

Flash Flood Threat Continues

Good Tuesday, everyone. Rounds of thunderstorms keep coming at us and that keeps the potential for flooding going. Many areas of the Commonwealth are soaked after days of rain, so it won’t take a lot to cause more issues...

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Rounds Of Storms Continue

Good Monday, folks. We are coming off a super-soaker of a weekend as showers and thunderstorms put down tremendous amounts of rain. Unfortunately, more rounds of showers and storms are rumbling across the region for the next few...

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Flash Flood Update

Good afternoon, everyone. I wanted to drop by for a quick update on the flash flood situation across parts of the bluegrass state. A lot of rain has fallen and we have a lot more rain to come over the next few days, if not...

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Flash Flood Threat and Strong Storms

Good Sunday, everybody. Rounds of showers and thunderstorms continue to push across Kentucky and this is a pattern locking in for a while. With these storms moving over the same areas, this increases the potential for flash...

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Strong Storms and Heavy Rains Ahead

Good Saturday, everyone. Rounds of showers and thunderstorms are targeting the region for the next several days. This will bring the potential for strong storms and heavy rainfall to the state. It’s a setup that likely...

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Weekend Storms To Increase

Good Friday, folks. Typical summertime air is back in the bluegrass state and will take up residence here for the longer haul. This is pretty much a normal temp pattern over the next few weeks, but it’s also one turning...

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