A Wet Sunday Is Ahead

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Updated: 5/05/2013 12:21 am
A Flood Watch has been issued for Pulaski, McCreary, Wayne, Russell, Casey, Taylor, and Adair Counties through the rest of the weekend. Rain, heavy at times, could bring some flooding to this area.

Midnight Update: Rain has expanded into most portions of Kentucky. The few remaining dry spots at this time are far eastern Kentucky and areas near Morehead, but the rain is moving that way. By Sunday morning, most areas will be seeing rain still.

Temperatures will only fall a few more degrees as we head towards Sunday morning. Most areas are in the mid 50s, with the exception of Morehead and Jackson who are closer to 60°.
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Rain showers that soaked southern and western Kentucky this morning slowly pushed into the Bluegrass this evening. The rain will continue to expand further north and east Saturday night.

By Sunday morning, rain showers will be possible across the entire viewing area. We'll start the day in the low 50s.

Throughout the rest of Sunday, rain is expected to continue on and off and could be heavy at times. Flooding will be possible, mainly in southern Kentucky. The afternoon will be cooler, with highs only reaching the low 60s.

The slow-moving system will keep the chance for scattered showers in the forecast through Monday and Tuesday as we start to warm back up.
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