Watching the local high water threat

Good Thursday to one and all. We are rolling through the day with more showers and storms rolling across the bluegrass state. These storms are going to put down a tremendous amount of rain, potentially leading to local high water issues.

In addition to the potential for, at least, local high water issues, a few of the storms may also be strong. Local high wind gusts are possible and the Storm Prediction Center has parts of the area in a low-end severe weather risk:

Those storms are along and ahead of an area of low pressure working into the Ohio Valley on Friday. That’s when we get in on threat for strong or, locally, severe storms:

Once again, torrential rains will give us the potential for flash flooding. Temps will be held in check over the next few days, with some areas not making it our of the 70s.

Scattered storms will be noted on Saturday, but we may find mainly dry times taking control. That won’t last long as another system brings showers and storms back in here for Sunday and Monday:

As usual, the blog is set up to be your one stop shop for all your storm tracking needs:

Have a great Thursday and take care.

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