Tracking a prolonged flood threat

Good Wednesday, everyone. Rounds of heavy rain and thunderstorms are moving in today and will stick around through the upcoming weekend. This begins a prolonged flood threat for much of the bluegrass state.

A Flood Watch is already out for much of the region through Sunday:

The rainfall numbers from the European Model continues to show several inches of rain for the entire state:

Those numbers can lead to all modes of flooding across the entire region. Rounds of flash flooding, general flooding, street flooding and river flooding are all likely.

I cannot stress enough, if you live in a flood prone area, please stay alert to the potential for flooding.

Some WILD temperature swings will also show up, with a 30 degree gradient showing up from time to time. That may actually start tomorrow:

Temps may oscillate between warm and chilly in just a few hours or any one location. Get ready for some wild temp swings, folks.

In addition to the temp swings and flooding rains, Keep a close eye on the weekend for the potential for some strong or severe storms.

There’s also a strong storm and heavy rain signal showing up for the middle of next week:

That likely leads us into an ugly look for early March. Ugh.

Here are the rest of your tracking toys for the day:

Make it a great Wednesday and take care.

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