A heavy rainmaker is set to move into our region later today. The bulk of the heaviest rain is overnight into tomorrow with a Flash Flood Watch in effect.
MARION COUNTY, Ky. (WKYT) - A family says there lucky to be alive after a tornado flipped their mobile home early Wednesday morning.
Jeremy and Pam Colvin were home with their three children when the storm hit in Marion County just before 6:00 a.m.
The Colvins tell us the storm picked up their trailer and flipped it over. Their eight-year-old son suffered a bad cut to his foot, he's being treated at a local hospital.
The Marion County Emergency management Director tells us he believes it was a weak tornado that caused the damage along Calvary Road near the Taylor County line.
The National Weather Service surveyed the damage and confirmed a tornado with winds around 70 miles an hour.
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