Midnight Update: Rain showers tonight have been heavier for areas west of I-75, yet we expect to have more rain all across Kentucky tonight through the weekend. Here's a sampling of some rainfall totals we've had for the past 48 hours: 4.09" Somerset, 2.91" Lexington, 2.77" Frankfort, 1.90" London, 1.81" Monticello, 0.40" Jackson, and 2.29" Glasgow. An additional one to two (or more) inches is possible through the weekend. Stay safe this weekend!
A Flash Flood Watch will continue through the weekend for all of the viewing area, as periods of rain will linger into Saturday and Sunday. We look to pick up an additional 1.00” to 2.50” tonight through Sunday, with isolated higher amounts.
Tonight: We will continue to have scattered rain showers this evening, with some embedded thunderstorms. Rain will be a little more isolated EAST of I-75 and more scattered along and WEST of I-75. Overnight low temperatures will be around 66 degrees.
Saturday: Scattered rain showers and isolated thunderstorms will be possible through Saturday, with more widespread rain early in the day, and more isolated rain by midday and into the afternoon. Saturday afternoon high temperatures will be around 77 degrees.
Sunday: Another round of widespread rain looks to move in Saturday night into early Sunday, with lingering rain chances into Sunday afternoon. Sunday afternoon high temperatures will be around 78 degrees.
Next Week: A warming trend will begin on Monday, with a high of 85 degrees. Temperatures will remain in the mid to upper 80s for Tuesday through Thursday, along with isolated to scattered rain showers and thunderstorms each day. Next week will also feel humid, with heat indices in the 90s.