We continue to track the remnants of what used to be Tropical Storm Gordon sitting over the Ohio River Valley. This slow-moving moisture laden system continue to dump rainfall north of the river, but brings scattered showers and t-storms to us. We are tracking a few on the MaxTrack Live Doppler. In between the rain, you’ll be under cloudy skies and mild conditions.
We will keep the StormTracker Threat Level at a ONE or SLIGHT today due to the potential for more isolated severe storms as well as the ongoing flood threat. Today will be another day to pay close attention to the forecast and radar, as the showers building will put down a deluge of rain in short periods of time. Both flash and areal flooding have been an issue in the northern counties through yesterday. That will continue to be the case today. Strong storms in the afternoon/evening will bring another round of damaging wind potential as well as possible isolated spin-up tornadoes. What’s left of Gordon’s moisture will move out Monday morning. After it passes, a cool, fall-like feeling will remain in place for a couple of days.
The FREE MaxTrack Live Doppler is a great tool to have during days like today.