One More Dry Day

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Dry conditions have been prevalent over the last couple of days, but that will be changing as we approach the weekend!

Good Morning!

The last couple of days have provided decent weather for all of the search and recovery work that is currently ongoing in multiple areas across the region. Today will be much of the same with only some light isolated showers possible in far Western portions of Kentucky.

Things begin to change on Thursday as our next weather maker begins to affect the area. Rain will begin to move into the area from West to East mid-morning, and spreading throughout the entire region by early afternoon. The good news is that severe weather is NOT anticipated with this system.

Simulated Reflectivity at Noon Thursday

The only thing that our area will need to be on the lookout for is the potential for heavy rain through the weekend. By the end of the weekend, some portions of the region look to have received in excess of 2″ of rainfall. This rain will be heavy at times and will likely cause some flash flooding issues region-wide.

Estimated rainfall as of 9 PM Sunday

Make sure to take a look at the blog tomorrow morning when I will have a look at more of the short-range model guidance to get a better look at the heavy rain potential that our region faces!

Have a Great Wednesday!

Lukeus McCoy

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Lukeus McCoy is a 2017 Graduate of Western Kentucky University with a degree in Geography, Environmental Studies with an emphasis in Climate Systems.

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