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More Heavy Rain Possible Monday
After a wet weekend across Kentucky, more scattered showers and storms will move through on Monday. Drier weather returns later in the week. Video Video
Central Kentucky Under Severe Thunderstorm Watch
The National Weather Service has issued a Severe Thunderstorm Watch through 4 a.m. Sunday in central Kentucky.
Widespread Rain And Thunderstorms Likely Tuesday
Isolated rain showers will be possible tonight, with more widespread rain and thunderstorms possible for Tuesday and Wednesday. Temperatures will remain mild for Tuesday, with more humid conditions. Video Video
Strong to Severe Thunderstorms Possible Tonight
A Severe Thunderstorm Watch is in effect until 2am Thursday for Central and Eastern Kentucky, with gusty winds, large hail, localized heavy rainfall, and an isolated tornado possible. Rain and thunderstorm chances linger into Thursday. Video Video
Thunderstorm Chances Continue Tonight Into Friday
Scattered rain showers and thunderstorms will continue tonight through Friday, with cooler and drier conditions for the weekend. Any thunderstorms that develop may contain gusty winds, small hail, heavy rainfall, and frequent lightning. Video Video
Severe Storms Possible Sunday
Two rounds of showers and storms are expected Sunday, with the second round likely reaching severe levels.
Wind Advisories In Effect Tonight
Winds gusting to 40 mph or higher will be possible tonight as a strong cold front moves through the region. More sunshine returns by Friday afternoon. Video Video
Cold Front Brings More Heavy Rain Sunday Evening
More heavy rainfall is expected Sunday evening as our next cold front pushes through. Our next work week will feel much more fall-like. Video Video
5 People Injured In Wreck During Heavy Rain Along I-75
Five people were injured when the driver of an SUV lost control in heavy rain and crashed along Interstate 75 in Laurel County, according to the Laurel County Sheriff's Office.
Thunderstorm Winds Bring Down Trees In Saturated Ground
On the heels of one of the wettest June's on record in Lexington, coupled with daily thunderstorms and high winds, a growing number of trees have been blown down over the last few days.
Foggy Monday Morning Possible
We will see a few more scattered storms in the region Sunday night. The rain will end for most of us Monday with warming conditions. Video Video
Soaking Rain Slides In... Flood Watches Posted
Most of the area will receive between 1" and 2" of rain, although a localized stripe of even heavier rain is likely today and tonight.
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