Lots of rain is heading for us starting tomorrow and continuing through Saturday midday. We could see enough rain to cause minor flooding issues by Saturday.
In the meantime, it's mainly just clouds until Thursday midday. The rain becomes heavy in the evening. We'll see highs in the low 60s again, with winds up to 20 mph and gusts up to 35 mph. Lows will drop to the upper 30s.
Friday and Saturday will also see decent chances of rain while temperatures will be in the low 50s. Based on the Excessive Rainfall Outlook, areas in the Tri-State could see rainfall amounts close to two inches.
Next week, we'll dry out and temperatures will fall back to normal December temperatures.
Rain starts in the AM
Heavier in the afternoon
NWS Says: Thank you for your patience through the survey process of this historic tornado event that impacted W. KY Friday night. The portion of the long-track tornado Fulton Co to Muhlenberg Co. will be given a preliminary damage rating of EF4. @wcpo pic.twitter.com/lRr4ycK09R
— Steve Raleigh WCPO (@Cincywxman) December 15, 2021