Tracking two big storm systems

Good Wednesday, everyone. Heavy rains continue to work across the region today, bringing the potential for high water issues. This is the first of two systems to impact the region.

Today’s rainfall comes in waves and may even include some thunder. A general 1″-3″ of rain is likely for much of central and eastern Kentucky through tonight. General flooding and river flooding could become an issue. I will get your tracking tools in a bit.

After a break on Thursday, rain returns for Friday as another major storm system develops across the plains. That will roll toward the Great Lakes, with mild and humid air surging our way ahead of it. This will spawn rounds showers and thunderstorms from Friday night through Saturday night:

Some of the storms may also become strong or severe.

The flood threat will be way, way up once again as rainfall numbers keep increasing. The Euro is spitting out some 3″-5″ rains from this system alone…

Another system follows that up by early next week, but there’s a lot of cold air finally trying to show up behind it as we close February and go into early March:

I leave you with your Wednesday tracking tools:

Have a great day and take care.

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