Tropical depression Cindy will roll across the Bluegrass State late in the day, bringing the threat of flooding and severe thunderstorms, said WKYT chief meteorologist Chris Bailey. The setup is there for some potentially significant problems.
Cindy should still be a depression as it moves into Kentucky, marking the second storm to do that in the past three Junes. Bill was a depression when it swept across Kentucky in June 2015. One system doing that is rare. To have another do the same thing two years later is in another stratosphere.