With the approach of an upper disturbance, this feature will draw more moisture from the Gulf of Mexico and create more instability in the atmosphere leading to greater rain and storm coverage.
Yesterday's coverage was around 50 percent, whereas coverage today and tomorrow will approach 70 to 80 percent. Most of the entire area will see at least some rainfall.
Heavy storms are possible once again with frequent lightning, gusty winds and heavy rainfall.
Rain coverage will begin to decrease by Friday and Saturday with a chance of about 50 percent. Sunday's will be a little lower at 30 percent.
Models continue to indicate quiet conditions in the tropics as we wrap up June and head into early July.
Watch my full forecast beginning at 4:30 a.m.
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In Jackson County, twenty-three roads were closed by Saturday afternoon, including parts of US 250, 256 and 258.
Rising floodwaters all across WAVE Country are causing widespread problems. Others are finding creative ways to document what is projected to be a historic weather event in Louisville.
As of Thursday night, the Ohio River was in minor flood stage. It is forecast to crest in moderate flood stage.
The American Red Cross has opened eight shelters for those displaced by flooding and severe weather in WAVE Country.
Flood Watches and Warnings remain in effect throughout the weekend across WAVE Country.