While the worst of the weather held off this afternoon, it looks like we will still see some strong storms later tonight, generally between 8 p.m. and midnight. These storms will likely feature strong winds and hail, with heavy rain and an isolated tornado (mainly possible in the Cumberland Valley/I-75 corridor) being the secondary threats. Keep it locked here for the latest.
Hundreds spent their Saturday night at Pikeville City Park for a free Christian rock concert.
Several performers, including Remedy Drive, Julian Drive, and Stephanie Smith entertained kids and adults for hours at this weekend's July Jam.
Everyone who went enjoyed free food and drinks, along with a guest speaker who delivered a sermon.
One organizer says that this was also a chance for flood victims to take a break from their worries, and enjoy the night.
"When you're in the midst of crisis, it's easy to be overwhelmed. If you can just step out and do something that's kind of abnormal, that's out of the routine, it gives you time to exhale," July Jam Committee Member Debby Bailey said.
This was the seventh July Jam, which stands for "Jesus Unconditionally Loves You, Just Ask Me."