Louisville Flooding of Aug. 4 May Not Be Over


Update 2:30pm EDT

The second storm front is now moving thorough Louisville.

For Your Information;

I checked, and, The Weather Channel has ongoing coverage of this event; radar and other coverage, interviews and video.


Louisville KY experienced approx, 4–6 inches of rain in one hour this morning.  No known injuries.  Some in cars being rescued by boat and vehicle towing.

A thunderstorm complex/line was effectively kept over the area as the system was moving southeast.  The unfortunate new complicating predicament Louisville is now in? Large lines of intense thunderstorm activity seems to be converging toward Louisville for later this afternoon.  Will these storms high precipitation stay north enough?

All time rainiest August day already, and it may not be over.

-I’ll link real info below from NOAA

National Weather Service: Louisville, KY

4th · Flooding Pictures from the Louisville Metro Area · Storm Clouds from this Morning at the NWS Local Radar for Louisville, KY – Click to enlarge


Flash flood warning issued for Louisville area‎ –

2 hours ago

AP LOUISVILLE, Ky. — Strong thunderstorms have swamped parts of Louisville with more than three inches of rain that flooded streets during the morning rush

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