A line of strong to severe storms will race across central and eastern Kentucky over the next several hours.
The flu season continues to hit Kentucky hard. The number of confirmed cases is again on the rise.
State health officials are now confirming 308 flu cases statewide, that's a jump from 162 just a week ago.
The biggest jump is in Adair County which went from seven cases to 32 in the last week.
Here's how the numbers look in Fayette and surrounding counties.
Madison County is now reporting 22 cases, followed by Fayette with 20, and Jessamine with three.
State officials are not reporting cases in Bourbon, Clark, Scott, or Woodford Counties.