Over 5 inches of rain fell over the weekend in some Kentucky counties

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Heavy showers and thunderstorms caused flash flooding issues across central Kentucky over the weekend. Rainfall totals from the Kentucky Mesonet at WKU show some counties recorded over 5 inches of rain. The following are some of the more notable counties that recorded high rainfall rates in a 48 hour time span, from Saturday morning to Monday morning.

Casey County: 3.58″
Jackson County: 4.94″
Morgan County: 5.52″
Fayette County: 2.16″
Lincoln County: 2.55″
Mercer County: 1.94″
Adair County: 2.53″
Cumberland County: 3.52″

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