The video focuses just on the short-term through early Sunday.
Here is the latest timeline as of now (this can and will see adjustments)
Now-8pm: Dry. Clouds will continue to thicken/lower.
8pm-12am: Brief sprinkles or maybe an isolated shower passing through from the SW. Most dry.
12am-6am: Spotty showers possible...awaiting the warm front rains to arrive from the SW.
6am-12pm: Warm front rain. Some thunder possible. Severe risk low.
12pm-6pm: Warming up along/south of 64. Cool north. Some sun south. Watching for pop up storms.
6pm-12am: Main severe risk period. Need to watch the boundary of warm/cold for supercells along it plus additional supercells that may develop across central KY that race in from Evansville.
12am-5am: 2nd low moves in with more showers/thunder. Severe risk very low with that one.
I need to stress that NOT everyone will see a severe storm from this event. But, the parameters are there that if you do---damage could occur. So please stay close to the weather forecasts and make sure to download our weather app!!
We will have much better data tomorrow AM with weather balloons and radar/satellite trends. Forecasting these events just from models is a pain...especially when a few counties makes a difference.
Thanks for your patience and stay safe! Let us do the worrying for you :)