OVERNIGHT REMAINS THE POTENTIAL FOR MORE HEAVY RAIN THAT WILL RESULT IN FLOODING. WE ARE ALSO TRACKING A LINE OF STORMS THAT CONTINUES TO MARCH ACROSS THE COMMONWEALTH. THE LINE IS EXPECTED TO REACH I-75 AROUND MIDNIGHT. STRONG WINDS WILL BE POSSIBLE WITH THESE STORMS AND MAY TOPPLE TREES CAUSING POWER OUTAGES. A TORNADO WATCH IS NOW IN EFFECT FOR COUNTIES ALONG AND SOUTH OF THE BLUEGRASS PARKWAY UNTIL 3 AM SUNDAY. THE POTENTIAL FOR TORNADIC DEVELOPMENT IS LOW, HOWEVER A FEW BRIEF SPIN-UPS CAN’T BE RULED OUT. A FLOOD WATCH REMAINS IN EFFECT THROUGH SUNDAY MORNING FOR CENTRAL KENTUCKY. THERE SIMPLY IS NOWHERE FOR ANY EXTRA WATER TO GO. CREEKS AND RIVERS ARE SWOLLEN, IF NOT AT THERE BANKS, AND THE GROUND IS VERY SATURATED. ADDITIONAL RAINFALL OF ONE TO TWO INCHES WILL NOT ONLY LEAD TO RIVER FLOODING, BUT ALSO THE POTENTIAL FOR FLASH FLOODING THIS EVENING AND OVERNIGHT. LOW-LYING AREAS WILL LIKELY FILL UP WITH WATER. FLASH FLOODING CAN BE ESPECIALLY DANGEROUS AT NIGHT. IT ONLY TAKES A FOOT OF WATER TO FLOAT A SMALL CAR. NEVER TRY TO CROSS OR DRIVE THROUGH FLOOD WATERS. TURN AROUND, DON’T DROWN! A POTENT ROUND OF STORMS WILL TRACK THROUGH LATE TONIGHT AS THE COLD FRONT SWEEPS ACROSS THE COMMONWEALTH. STRAIGHT-LINE WINDS WILL BE THE PRIMARY THREAT. IT MAY NOT TAKE A SEVERE WIND GUST OF 60 MPH TO TOPPLE TREES IN THESE VERY SATURATED SOILS. THE LINE OF STORMS WILL WEAKEN SLIGHTLY AS IT TRACKS INTO EASTERN KENTUCKY DURING THE PRE-DAWN HOURS. HOWEVER, GUSTY WINDS WILL STILL BE POSSIBLE. THE LINE WILL EXIT SUNDAY MORNING. KYLEN AT V