The southern edge of what’s left of Hurricane Isaac will likely bring some much-needed rain to western Kentucky over the weekend.
Meteorologist David Blanchard with the National Weather Service in Paducah says high winds aren’t a big concern this time around, though there will be some strong gusts.
Areas of central Missouri, Illinois and Indiana will get flooding rains, but forecasters only expect about an inch and a half in this area.
As always with the weather, the forecast is subject to change and anyone with Labor Day weekend plans is encouraged to keep a close eye on the latest prognostications. As it stands now, there is a decent chance of rain Friday through Sunday.