A Flood Warning has been issued for Stoner Creek in Paris in Bourbon County. The National Weather Service expects the creek to fall back below flood stage Tuesday morning.
A Flood Warning has been issued for the Licking River in Nicholas and Robertson Counties. The National Weather service expects the river to fall back below flood stage late Tuesday morning.
A Flood Warning has been issued for the Kentucky River near Ravenna and Irvine in Estill County. The National Weather Service forecasts the river to climb above flood stage Tuesday afternoon and fall back below flood stage Wednesday morning.
Don't forget, if you come across a flooded roadway on your way to work or school Tuesday, Turn Around, Don't Drown!
Midnight Update: A few light showers continue to push out of far eastern Kentucky and should come to an end very shortly. Skies are clearing just to our west and will do so across our part of Kentucky early Tuesday morning.
For now temperatures are in the mid and upper 40s across the region, with Lexington currently sitting at 43°.
Meteorologist Michael Estime will have an update on our cooler weather and returning sunshine starting at 5 a.m. on Good Morning Kentucky.
A Flood Warning has been issued for the Bourbon County. Stoner Creek near Paris is expected to reach flood stage Monday night and fall back below flood stage Tuesday morning.
Flood Warnings have also been issued for portions of Bath, Montgomery, northern Menifee, Rowan, southern Fleming, and Lewis Counties through 9:30 Monday night.
If you come across a flooded roadway, Turn Around, Don't Drown!
All rain has finally pushed out of Kentucky! Lexington recorded 1.71" today, setting a new daily rainfall record for March 18 at Blue Grass Airport. Over the last two days, the airport has picked up 2.31" of rain.
Skies will begin to clear in the early hours of Tuesday morning, allowing for a mostly sunny and dry afternoon. Cooler air will push in behind the cold front that brought us all this rain, making for a cooler day. Highs will be in the mid and upper 40s across Kentucky. Westerly winds up to 20mph will make it feel even cooler.
Spring starts Wednesday, but it won't feel like it. Highs will be in the mid 40s with a wintry mix possible during the second half of the day.