LOUISVILLE, Ky. — Flood Watch for much of our area until 7:00 am Monday.
After a record amount of rainfall for today’s date (2-4” across the area), we’ll have additional rain moving through tonight. We’ll need to keep an eye on flooded roadways, and rising rivers, creeks, and streams. The Ohio River is expected to reach minor flood stage later this week (forecast attached).
Thankfully, after today, our weather pattern will be mainly dry with plenty of sunshine expected through next weekend, with near normal temperatures! March begins like a lamb, not a lion!
March also brings spring, which begins March 20th at 5:37 AM.
TONIGHT: Scattered showers, more flooding potential. Low: 41°. Wind: NW 10-25 mph.
TOMORROW: Becoming partly sunny. High: 52°. Wind: NW 10-15 mph.
TUESDAY: Mostly sunny. High: 53°. Wind: S 5-10 mph.
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