Western Kentucky is expected to miss any severe weather from the remnants of Hurricane Isaac, but forecasters say some much-needed rain is on the way.
A conference call was held this morning with the National Weather Service in Paducah, where forecaster David Humphrey said he expects Christian, Todd and Trigg Counties to receive significant rainfall between now and Monday morning.
Humphrey says there is a Lake Wind Advisory in effect for all of western Kentucky this Labor Day weekend so boaters should be aware of the weather before going out.
More rain and even severe weather is more likely to our north and to our west, closer to the exact track of the tropical storm system. Humphrey emphasized the forecast is subject to change and that residents should keep an eye on the latest forecasts this weekend.