Storms Causing Flash Flooding

Storms Causing Flash Flooding

Slow-moving storms have created flash flooding Saturay night. Slight chances for rain will continue into the work week.
Floyd County remains under a Flash Flood Warning until 1 a.m. Sunday. All other Flash Flood Warnings have been allowed to expire as of midnight.

Midnight Update: Most of the rain has come to an end, but a few scattered showers continue in southern and eastern Kentucky.

Temperatures have fallen into the low 70s in most cities with Lexington currently at 75°. Temperatures won't drop much further but may fall low enough in some areas to allow for some morning fog Sunday.

The following counties are under Flash Flood Warnings through the the remainder of Saturday night: Jackson, Estill, Lee, Rockcastle, Owsley, Magoffin, and Floyd. By 1 a.m. Sunday, all Flash Flood Warnings are scheduled to be expired.

Slow-moving thunderstorms have dropped multiple inches of rain in some areas Saturday evening, causing flash flooding. These storms will continue to move southeast.

Some areas could wake up to fog Sunday morning, which will give way to a mix of sun and clouds throughout the afternoon. Temperatures will top out in the mid 80s. Most of the day will be dry, but a few isolated showers and storms will be possible.

The possibility for a few scattered showers and storms will continue Monday with partly cloudy skies and highs in the mid 80s.
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