The energy is ready to pop right over Kentucky. Other locations will likely see it much worse, but all signs are pointing to something decent for our area as well.
First, if you want to track the storms you will have a few options... you can use our map page or you can just watch this radar.
The second wave will move through early Saturday morning. Remember the 1st wave was the light stuff from early Friday. That second wave will probably have some good organized showers and storms left, but I think this round will only be minimal compared to the next round.
As the 3rd wave starts to really come together... that's when our problems start to add up! The low will begin gaining strength and bring the powerful storms crashing in with it! This means several things will be possible.
You notice suring the day that things will stay pretty breezy. Don't let that fool you! That's just the low getting closer and gaining strength. After the second wave of showers makes it all the way through KY it looks like we'll go through a period of clearing and that could even mean sunshine. That sunshine will help enhance our chances for showers and storms. It will get the atmosphere boiling and read to spill over.
These showers could also house a lot of moisture. Meaning that flash flooding could be a great risk as well!
Posted: 12:35 PM
- A close family friend who visited Nelson Mandela in his last hours says he wasn't on life support, appeared to be calmly sleeping and that it was obvious he was "giving up" in what would be his last struggle.
- On Friday afternoon, many of the roads in Scott County were covered in sleet and snow but on Saturday it was an entirely different story. Most roadways are cleared up but that may change once the storm rolls through Sunday morning.
- Federal health officials began quietly urging counselors around the country this week to stop using paper applications to enroll people in insurance under the health overhaul because of concerns those applications would not be processed in time.