WNKY 40 Weather Forecast

Forecast: Flood Rains Moving Through the Area

It has a been a stormy, rainy Saturday across South Central Kentucky. As the cold front moves through the area, some of the heaviest rain and highest winds will be moving through, as well. High water and flooded roadways are a problem across the WNKY viewing area. As a result of the heavy rain, Flash Flood Warnings are posted for much of South Central Kentucky and the entire area is under a Flash Flood Watch until 1am Sunday.

As the front moves through late tonight, the weather conditions will begin to calm somewhat. The rain and storms will begin to taper off from west to east. Windy conditions will stay with us until later on Sunday and a few residual showers are possible the first half of Sunday.

We’ll catch a break on Monday and Tuesday, then it’s back to rain (with a few snowflakes mixed in a times) for the rest of the forecast period. Temperatures will bounce around, somewhat, too. We’ll cool down into the 40’s for daytime highs Monday then back to the low to mid 50’s for the rest of the week. The overnight lows will drop into the low to mid 30’s. For the latest forecast information and updates on Saturday’s severe threat, stay with your WNKY Weather Team on air, online, on social media and on the WNKY 40 app.

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