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Hydrologic Outlook
National Weather Service Paducah KY
230 AM CST Wed Feb 20 2019

...More heavy rainfall forecast later this week into the weekend...

After today`s bout of heavy rains draw to a close, we`ll have a
brief respite before another round hits later this week and into
the weekend.

The weekend rain totals will come in with very similar numbers,
maybe even a little heavier. That means that the total combined
rainfall coming for this week and weekend will be in the 4 to 6
inch range over much of western Kentucky, with broad 2 to 4 inch
totals across much of the rest of the region. The heaviest of
these rains will be falling Friday night and Saturday.

Saturated grounds won`t have much recovery time, so we`ll see
much of this rainfall run off into already swollen water systems.
This will no doubt stress the hold capacity of many creeks,
streams, rivers, and their tributaries, prolonging existing
flooding as well as causing new flooding.

Be prepared for this prolonged wet period, and heed all flood
signs and warnings if and when they are posted.

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HYDROLOGIC OUTLOOK
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HYDROLOGIC OUTLOOK
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE TIYAN GU
548 PM ChST Wed Feb 20 2019

...HEAVY RAINFALL POSSIBLE OVER THE WEEKEND...

HEAVY RAINFALL IS POSSIBLE OVER THE WEEKEND AS TROPICAL STORM WUTIP
APPROACHES THE REGION. LATEST FORECAST TRACK FOR WUTIP HAS THE STORM
PASSING SOUTH OF GUAM SATURDAY MORNING. MODEL GUIDANCE INDICATES THE
POTENTIAL OF UP TO 10 INCHES OF RAIN BEGINNING SATURDAY MORNING AS
WUTIP APPROACHES.

A FAIRLY DRY PATTERN IS EXPECTED OVER THE REGION THROUGH FRIDAY. TS
WUTIP IS EXPECTED TO MOVE SOUTH OF GUAM COASTAL WATERS EARLY SATURDAY
MORNING AND MAKE A TURN TOWARD THE NORTHWEST...RESULTING IN HEAVY
SHOWERS REMAINING OVER THE ISLANDS THROUGH THE BEGINNING OF NEXT
WEEK.

THIS DEVELOPING SITUATION WILL CONTINUE TO BE MONITORED CLOSELY AND
FLOOD WATCHES AND ADVISORIES WILL BE ISSUED WHEN NECESSARY. HEAVY
DOWNPOURS COULD PRODUCE FLOODING IN URBAN AND LOW-LYING AREAS...AND
FLASH FLOODING OF RIVERS AND STREAMS.

NOW IS A GOOD TIME TO CLEAR LEFT-OVER DEBRIS FROM DRAINAGE AREAS AND
UN-BLOCK CLOGGED STORM DRAINS IN YOUR AREA TO MINIMIZE THE CHANCE OF
FLOODING. RESIDENTS LIVING NEAR RIVERS AND STREAMS NEED TO REVIEW
PLANS FOR PROTECTING PROPERTIES.

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KLEESCHULTE

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