Flash Flood Watch

Good Sunday, everyone. We are dealing with rounds of showers and storms rolling across our part of the world. This action is going to increase over the next few days, bringing a high water threat.

That threat is already underway, with much of central and eastern Kentucky under a Flash Flood Watch:

Today’s showers and storms from a stalled front across the Tennessee Valley. Deep moisture is streaming over this front and into Kentucky. This brings the potential for heavy rains and a local high water threat.

Here are today’s trackers:

Rounds of showers and thunderstorms will continue to stream across the region from southwest to northeast through Wednesday. This rich supply of moisture is pretty amazing to see, but it’s also a little scary. Several inches of rain will be likely during this time, with several areas possibly topping 5″ of rain.

I really don’t have too many complaints with the rain numbers from the WPC:

Flash flooding and river flooding are all possible over the next several days. If you live in a low-lying or flood prone area, keep an eye on water levels.

Enjoy your super soaker of a Sunday and take care.

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