Good Morning! It's a good idea to pack the umbrella and the rain gear as you head out the door.
We are starting off your morning with a round of rain that could cause some slowdowns during the morning commute. It is mostly cloudy today with Showers and scattered thunderstorms are on and off throughout the day. Expect a light breeze up to 10 miles per hour. For those of you in the higher elevations gusts will be up to 30 miles per hour. There is a marginal risk for strong to severe storms across the plateau and for some in Southeastern Kentucky today. The greatest risk will be gusty winds and hail the size of a nickel to a quarter.
The remnants of Tropical Storm Cindy continues into your Friday. The Storm Predication Center has issued a slight chance for isolated strong thunderstorms. The greatest risk will also be gusty winds and hail. Keep in mind that areas with the heaviest rain could have trees down. Friday reaches a high of 84 degrees with scattered rain and storms throughout the day.
There is one last round of rain and storms that moves in late Friday into Saturday morning. As of right now, models are showing that rain chances back off big time as we jump into Saturday. We are just looking at isolated showers and storms that are possible Sunday and Monday.
Have a great day and we will have the latest developments to keep you safe!
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