The final day of April looks set to be wet and stormy.
We'll start off the weekend with scattered showers as most of the stormy weather lies off to the west. As the morning rolls on, scattered storms will begin to quickly sweep eastward bringing periods of heavy rain, small hail and possible isolated tornadoes.
With more rain, high water issues will become a concern. If you live near a small creek or stream, keep an eye on it.
Daytime highs will have a shot at the low 70s today, but remember, any sunshine ahead of these storms could work to strengthen them. Winds during this time will also be quite breezy.
Rounds of rain and storms will stick with us through the evening and into Sunday.
Looking ahead to Kentucky Derby Week, the pattern looks unsettled and much cooler.
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