Rain is on the move for this Thursday. With this rain threat comes along with the potential for strong thunderstorms.

The severe weather threat is lower now but not at a zero. The strongest storms will produce gusty wind and heavy rain. Frequent lightning also expected.

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The Midstate and southern Kentucky is under a Marginal Risk for strong storms. This is a level 1 out of 5. 

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Severe Risk Today

The timing of this could mean sloppy traffic conditions, so plan accordingly. 

A bulk of the rain is expected during the mid day hours for the Metro. 

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Storms clear by the middle of the afternoon. Bank on calmer conditions this evening. 

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Still on track for off and on showers this weekend. I'll have an updated check of FutureCast on News4 at Noon. - Laura Bannon

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Meteorologist

Laura Bannon joined News4 as a meteorologist in December 2018.

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