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Storms likely on Father's Day.

I'm not sure if you've noticed or not, but it is beginning to get a little dry out there.  Louisville is now about an inch and a half below normal in the rainfall department for the month and has a deficit of more than two inches now on the year.


It looks like we'll be getting a little help however over the next few days thanks to the arrival of a slow moving frontal system. 

The front sparked heavy rains and severe weather earlier today across portions of the Plains and Mississippi River Valley.


By tomorrow afternoon, this front will approach our area helping to increase the chance of showers and storms.  

Dma rain chances

Let's time it out with AdvanceTrak...

AT is showing clouds, but little rain out the door on Father's Day.


Showers look to develop by late morning first across Southern Indiana.


During the afternoon hours, a broken line of storms is expected to develop across our Central Viewing area.


This activity will sag to the south during the afternoon and diminish during the evening hours.


Moral of the Story... Although a washout is NOT expected, we need to be prepared for some downpours on your Father's Day so be sure to plan accordingly.  

The rain chances will continue into early next week.


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