Occasional T-Storms And Humidity For All

Isolated Flash Flooding Possible

The center of what used to be subtropical storm Alberto is moving farther away, and will arrive in western Kentucky before daybreak.  However, outer tropical showers and thunderstorms will continue to plague the region every now and again.

Additional showers and thunderstorms will develop throughout the course of Wednesday with sunshine mixed in-between the raindrops. Given the saturated nature of the soil, isolated flooding is still a concern.

Starting Thursday, all eyes will shift toward the northwest and the U.S. High Plains. The reason is a couple clusters of thunderstorms that will run into our area from the northwest. These storms will likely be limited to the afternoon and early night hours, with less coverage compared to more recent days. The same can be expected Friday.

This weekend may turn out 50/50. A relatively quiet Saturday in the thunderstorm department will give way to yet another round of storms arriving from the Plains.

Overall, next week looks to be a lot quieter. Stay safe.

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