All the while, Harvey will lose strength and becomes a depression by tonight. Around that time, a 20 to 30 percent chance of rain is in the forecast with temperatures in the 70s.
Rain will be widespread, so most of us should see rain at some time today. In addition to the rainfall, winds will be somewhat strong today, with sustained winds in the 15-25 miles per hour range, and a few gusts could hit or exceed 35 miles per hour. As we have said over the past couple of days, this is one of those days to go about your business as normal, but have a way to receive warnings and be sure you are up to date on your tornado safety plan, just in case.
The National Weather Service forecast discussion does not rule out an isolated tornado over northwest Georgia where a warm front will collide with the Harvey moisture. A few strong storms are possible late Thursday, with a small tornado threat thanks to circulation from Harvey.
Several high school football games throughout the state, especially in the Louisville and Lexington areas, moved Friday night games to Thursday night because of the impending weather. Rain chance will be around 50%. Heavy rains will move into central Kentucky Thursday evening and extreme southern IN overnight.
Mother warns people of Harvey floodwaters after son electrocuted
Don't help me, '" Pasek's mother, Jodell, told KPRC 2. 'Be aware of your situations, look around see if there's electricity on. I mean we really want to get this out to the public to be aware, to know about the dangers of the water and electricity'.
Friday: A chance of scattered showers and thunderstorms otherwise partly cloudy with highs in the mid 80s.
The remnants of Harvey will bring some rain Friday into Saturday.
Parts of Louisiana have already recorded more than a foot of rain. Gusts of 30 to 40 miles per hour coming in from the northeast will be possible.
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