FLASH FLOOD WATCH – southern Indiana & northern Kentucky (including Louisville) until 11AM Saturday
LOUISVILLE, KY (WAVE) - Southern Indiana was pummeled with rain overnight leading to plenty of flash flooding concerns. Rain continues to fall along the river and will continue to do so throughout the early morning hours.
Rain chances will decrease throughout the day which is good news for Opening Night at Churchill Downs and the rescheduled Balloon Glow. This afternoon we'll warm into the upper 80s.
A few spotty showers in southern Indiana can't be ruled out tonight but mainly dry conditions are expected as we fall into the upper 60s and low 70s.
Sunday brings another round of storms as a cold front associated with the same system bringing us this morning's rain moves through. Heavy rain and gusty winds are also possible with these storms late Sunday into early Monday.
Sunday looks warm as well, with highs jumping back into the upper 80s. Drier weather returns for the start of the workweek along with cooler temperatures. Highs for most of the upcoming week look to sit in the 60s. Another system looks to increase our chance of rain come Wednesday.
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Morning Rain (40%)
Spotty showers (20%)
Partly sunny & warm
storms late (80% chance)
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