Drought Denting Rains Continue

Good Sunday everyone and thanks for stopping by the blog. Showers and thunderstorms have been common across the region for the past three days and we aren’t done with the beneficial rains yet. More boomers are on the way and this will continue to help us put one serious dent in the drought.

Lexington has picked up 3.61″ of rain since Thursday and that’s more than the prior eight weeks combined. That’s pretty about how dry we were and how wet it’s been of late. Here’s a look at the three day radar rainfall estimates:

Showers and storms will blow up again today and some of these can put down a quick inch of water in some areas.

The boomers will become a little less concentrated Monday and Tuesday, but will still bring more rain to our region. Temps will flirt with becoming hot as our high humidity levels continue.

A cold front will drop in from the north by Thursday and this is likely to bring several more rounds of showers and storms that can deliver more soaking rains. Yippee!

Here’s what you need to track today’s rain:

Rainfall Since Midnight

Have a wonderful Sunday and take care.

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