Scattered storms continue across much of Kentuckiana as of 1:00 PM. The most widespread storms are along, South and East of the river. This is all apart of a cold front that continues to march through the region. Once the front clears nicer weather is in store.
WHY THE FLOODING? This type of set up is ideal for flooding to occur. It's what we call a "training" effect. When heavy rain continues to trail over the same area again and again water will rise quickly. Here's the latest on our Flash Flood Warnings and Flood Warnings.
REST OF THE DAY Storm chances will diminish and the flooding waters will subside as we progress throughout the afternoon hours.
2PM: 30% storm chance
3PM: 20% storm chance
4PM: 20% storm chance in our Southeastern counties
5PM: Most of the rain across the area will wind down and clearing will take place overnight.
JOIN US On Wave 3 news at 5pm for the latest on the afternoon flood threat and another shot at storms in the coming days. An interesting set up continues to concern me...depending on the track of an approaching low we could be looking at more of a severe weather set up to end the week rather than a flooding set up like what we're seeing today. We'll watch it closely...stay tuned!