Thus far only a few showers have impacted the Warren Co area due to the remnants of Isaac however rain with embedded storms appears likely this afternoon. Taking a look at current radar imagery there is a line of rain and storms near Clarksville, TN that are headed northeast and should impact Warren Co between 3 and 4 pm.
|Fort Campbell radar imagery around 1:30 p.m. Saturday.|
|12z Saturday run of the WRF model indicates rain|
from the remnant Isaac impacting the area at 6 a.m. Sunday.
We have experienced a very sunny week here in southern Kentucky this week along with warm high temperatures in the low 90s. Today however you may have noticed clouds were beginning to move into the area, especially this afternoon. These clouds are in fact associated with the outer edges of the remnant of Isaac and these clouds will soon be bringing rain to the area. The center of what is left of Isaac will be passing well off to our west near the Oklahoma/Arkansas border before it turns northeast moving through central Missouri, Illinois, and Indiana.
Friday: Mostly cloudy skies in the morning becoming cloudy by the afternoon with 60% chance of rain. Morning low near 72 and high around 87.
Saturday: Cloudy skies with a 60% chance of rain. Low around 74 and a high around 83.
Sunday: Rain is likely; 70%. Rainfall could be heavy at times. Morning low near 74 with a high around 82.
Check back to this blog for continued updates throughout the weekend as Isaac nears and the rain falls.
Forecaster: Ryan Difani