Month: September 2020

Tracking A Blast Of Fall Air

Good afternoon, folks. Showers and storms continue to rumble across areas of central and eastern Kentucky as we wait on a fall cold front to arrive tonight. This ushers in a gorgeous blast of fall air to begin our Labor...

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Storms Give Way To A Fall Cold Front

Good Thursday to one and all. Rounds of showers and storms are pushing through the region today and keeping the strong storm and flash flood threat going. This action finally gets out of here as a fall cold front sweeps in here...

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Tracking Storms and Heavy Rain

Good afternoon, everyone. Rounds of showers and storms continue to roll across the state, bringing the potential for local flash flooding and severe weather. This trend takes us until a fall cold front arrives late Thursday and...

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Heavy Rain Threat Ahead Of A Fall Front

Good Wednesday, everyone. We have another juicy day out there and this is likely to spit out a few rounds of showers and thunderstorms. Some of these storms may be on the strong side and put down very heavy rain. This looks to...

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Strong Storms Possible For Some

Good afternoon, everyone. Low clouds and fog are finally burning off and leaving us with a little bit of a steamy atmosphere. This may help fire off a few strong storms across the region today and Wednesday as we wait on a fall...

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September Starts On A Very Busy Note

Good Tuesday, folks. We’ve made it to the month of September and things are starting out on a stormy note as rounds of boomers target the region in the coming days. This is all part of a pattern that is total opposite of...

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