UPDATE: Most heavy rains over for this evening, water rescue in Pike County

UPDATE 2:40 pm Monday, August 30th: The National Weather Service office in Louisville, Ky. has canceled the Flash Flood Warning for Clark, Floyd, Franklin, and Jefferson Counties. A Flash Flood Warning remains in effect for Harrison County until 4:00 PM.

UPDATE 1:40 pm Monday, August 30th: A Flood Advisory has been issued for Anderson, Bourbon, Clark, Fayette, Franklin, Garrard, Jessamine, Madison, Mercer, Scott, Woodford until 4:45 PM.

ORIGINAL STORY: LEXINGTON, Ky. (WTVQ) – The National Weather Service office in Louisville, Ky. has issued a Flash Flood Warning for Scott County until 4:00 pm. In addition to this warning, the office has issued a Flash Flood Warning for Clark, Floyd, Franklin, and Jefferson Counties until 4:15 pm.

Pictures taken by Johnny Ray Feltner
Location Stone Coal Road in Pike County

Pictures taken by Johnny Ray Feltner
Location Stone Coal Road in Pike County

Flash flooding of small creeks and streams, urban areas, highways, streets and underpasses is on going or will begin shortly. As of 1:30 PM, this line of storms producing this flooding rain is traveling to the southeast and will impact areas along and along of I-64 with throughout the afternoon.

This is ahead of heavy rain moving into the region associated with the remnants of Hurricane Ida.

The ABC 36 Storm Team will continue to track this system as it moves into Kentucky. Click HERE to join our ABC 36 Weather Watcher Facebook Group.

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