Good Saturday to one and all. Heavy rain continues to overspread much of the region today, leading to the potential for flooding and flash flooding. Several inches of rain will fall between now and Monday morning, especially across the south and east.
Much of central and eastern Kentucky is under a Flood Watch through Sunday:
That matches the greatest risk area I put out on Thursday:
A general 2″-4″ rainfall is likely for the greatest risk area, with locally higher amounts possible. The NAM has some 5″+ pockets showing up:
If the NAM is correct, that could cause some significant flooding issues to develop. Fortunately, it’s the only model showing totals that high. Still, if you live in a low-lying or flood prone area, stay alert over the next few days.
Here are you radars to track the wet weather:
Have a great Saturday and take care.