Flash Flood Watch, Northeastern Kentucky

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Updated: 5/08/2012 7:25 am
A Flash Flood Watch remains in effect until 11 AM in Carter and Lawrence Counties.

The heaviest and most widespread showers have moved into West Virginia, but we'll have additional, off-and-on, lighter showers today in central and eastern Kentucky.  An isolated embedded thunderstorm or two will be possible near the Virginia State Line as well.  Highs will be near 74 degrees.  Tonight will be dry and cooler with lows around 55.  A weak disturbance will cross the area on Wednesday, producing only a few very isolated showers or sprinkles.  High pressure will return for Thursday and Friday, bringing bright skies and very pleasant but cool weather.  Temperatures will return to the seasonable lower to middle 70s during the weekend and into early next week.  Only an isolated thunderstorm will be possible on Saturday, but storm chances will increase on Mother's Day and next Monday.
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