LEXINGTON, Ky. (WKYT) - A Tornado Watch has just been issued until 11pm for much of Southwestern, Central, and even into Eastern Kentucky.
Scattered storms may spin up some brief tornadoes along with the threat of damaing winds, lightning, and heavy rain.
Squalls will move to the northeast very quickly overnight. The rain and storms will continue through Labor Day in waves as the remnants of Isaac moves across the region. We'll keep you updated on air and online as the weather develops.
Scattered storms will stay in the forecast through the week as a tropical airmass stays in place. Highs will be in the mid 80s with lows near 70 each day. Rain chances will decrease toward the end of the week.
The following counties have been advised:
ADAIR ALLEN ANDERSON
BARREN BATH BOURBON
BOYLE CASEY CLARK
CLINTON CUMBERLAND ESTILL
FAYETTE FLEMING FRANKLIN
GARRARD GREEN HARRISON
HART JACKSON JESSAMINE
LARUE LINCOLN MADISON
MARION MCCREARY MENIFEE
MERCER METCALF MONROE
MONTGOMERY NELSON NICHOLAS
POWELL PULASKI ROCKCASTLE
ROWAN RUSSELL SCOTT
TAYLOR WASHINGTON WAYNE
Stay with WKYT as we continue to bring you updates on the air and online on this 27 First Alert Severe Weather Day.
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