Severe Weather and Heavy Rainfall Possible in Tristate on Easter Sunday
The National Weather Service is preparing the tristate for a potentially stormy and wet Easter Sunday. Portions of the WBKR listening area are under a Slight Risk of severe weather.
The Slight Risk covers most of the WBKR listening area. However, as you can see, the extreme southern portion of the tristate faces an Enhanced Risk of severe weather.
And while severe weather is a concern tomorrow, we're facing heavy and significant rainfall as well. Owensboro, for instance, could see up to two inches.
And while we have severe weather and heavy rain concerns here in the tristate, areas in the south are facing an even more significant risk of severe weather tomorrow. As a a matter of fact, several states face a Moderate Risk of severe weather Sunday and long-track tornadoes are possible in several states, including Louisiana and Alabama.
Of course, if severe weather breaks out here in the tristate, WBKR will keep you up-to-date with help from the NWS and our friends at Eyewitness News. If Wayne Hart and the team switch to wall-to-wall severe weather coverage, we'll carry that on 92.5 WBKR as well.
You can stay informed and ready here at WBKR.com, the WBKR Facebook and, of course, our mobile WBKR app.