A cut-off upper low will slowly crawl overhead for a few days leading to a soggy, unseasonably cool and unsettled situation.
Expect a Monday through Wednesday rainfall range from 1" to 4" across the Commonwealth with the band of heaviest rain (2" to 4") swamping northern Kentucky south through the heart of the Bluegrass into southern counties.
TORNADO WATCH has been issued and will be in effect through 9:00 pm.— Seth Phillips (@SethPhillipsWx) May 18, 2020
Strong storms capable of producing damaging wind, large hail, and tornadoes will continue through late this evening. NOW is the time to find your safe place and have a weather-ready plan. #18StormTracker pic.twitter.com/CaR47KjMAm
Rounds of torrential rain could lead to dangerous flash flooding, a flash flood watch is in effect through Tuesday evening.