Good Thursday, everyone. We continue to track rounds of heavy rain producing showers and storms across the region. This setup is producing a general flood threat and a flash flood threat through tonight.
Much of the region continues to be under a Flood Watch:
Another 1″-3″ of rain may fall across parts of central and eastern Kentucky today. If you live in a low-lying or flood-prone region, please keep a close eye on the water levels. I will have your tracking tools in a bit.
Leftover showers will slowly move away on Friday, with some afternoon rays of sun possible. Winds will be a littler chilly from the north and northwest.
Looking toward Easter Weekend, we have two systems to track. The first arrives late Saturday and lasts into Easter Sunday Morning. That will bring some gusty showers that may end with a snowflake mixed in:
Much of Easter Sunday afternoon looks to be in chilly, but good shape.
The next system then zips in here Sunday night into Monday, with a swath of rain and snow possible:
The pattern next week remains VERY active, with several rounds of precipitation and cold shots fighting it out with spring.
Here are your tracking toys for the day:
Make it a good one and take care.