Good Friday, everyone. Hurricane Florence continues to pound much of North Carolina and South Carolina. This storm is slowly-moving through this area, en route toward a late weekend date with the bluegrass state.
Let’s get you off and running with the latest National Hurricane Center Advisory on Florence:
The hurricane models continue to be locked in on taking the remnants of this system into Kentucky:
The GFS Ensembles are also locked on the track on us:
The GFS continues to take the center of circulation right on top of central Kentucky. Check out how Florence moves across Florence, Ky:
Here’s the overall journey of Florence:
Here’s how things look to play out:
- Scattered storms go up during the afternoon hours over the next few days. Tropical downpours are possible.
- The remnant low from Florence moves on top of us Sunday through early Monday. That will bring heavy rain into the region, along with gusty winds.
- A general 1″-3″ of rain is likely across the eastern half of the state, with locally higher amounts. High water issues are possible.
- Winds may gust to 40mph at times Sunday afternoon into Sunday night across the central and east.
I leave you with your tracking tools for the day:
Have a great day and take care.