Street flooding in McCracken County and more rain for the Heartland expected

Updated: Jul. 7, 2015 at 7:21 AM CDT
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Expect another steamy day, and a shower or two. Meteorologist Brian Alworth says when it comes to those showers “spotty” is the word. Small storms will pop up all over, so they’ll be hard to predict. You can keep track of where they are with the First Alert Interactive Radar online or on the KFVS Weather App.
And some of those showers have been extreme causing street flooding in Paducah and around McCracken County, KY.
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