Flood Potential Outlook
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Hydrologic Outlook
National Weather Service Paducah KY
343 PM CDT Tue Aug 29 2017

...Remnants of Tropical Storm Harvey To Bring Heavy Rains...

Rainfall associated with Harvey will begin to spread across
portions of western Kentucky and southeast Missouri on Wednesday.
The greatest coverage and intensity of rainfall is expected to
push north into our region from Tennessee late Wednesday night
through Friday evening.

Storm total rainfall amounts are forecast to range from 1 to 4
inches with some higher amounts possible, especially within bands
of heavier thunderstorms. The most likely placement of the
heaviest rain band looks to be over western Kentucky and into far
southeast Missouri and southwest Indiana. There remains some
uncertainty regarding the placement of the heaviest amounts.
However, there is a heightened potential of experiencing rainfall
amounts that may leading to some flooding issues.

Stay tuned for additional statements and headlines regarding this
upcoming heavy rainfall event. Be prepared to take quick and
decisive action should you encounter rising waters or flooding.

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SP



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