Overnight storms could lead to damaging winds and a few tornadoes across Kentucky overnight into Monday morning.
Strong storms will move in overnight and into Tuesday morning from west-to-east, bringing a primarily wind damage threat across the state.
The highest risk for severe weather will be in western Kentucky, where straight-line winds and isolated tornadoes could develop as soon as midnight CT.
For areas farther east like Louisville and Lexington, the threat for severe weather is lower but not zero. Storms in central and eastern Kentucky could strike as late as the Tuesday morning commute.
That may mean delays for your morning drive.
In the meantime, particularly if you live in western Kentucky, make sure you have multiple ways to receive weather warnings. If you have access to a garage or a carport, tonight would be a good night to have your car in there.
Live updates on tonight’s storms are available below. This feed autorefreshes: