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It has been raining for days and we are all tired of it!  Many roads in the Louisville area have been covered by water from rivers and creeks overflowing their banks.  If you approach one of these water covered roads, please turn around and find an alternate route to your destination.  #TurnAroundDontDrown

Flood Watch issued February 12 at 3:37AM EST until February 13 at 4:00AM EST by NWS Louisville …FLOOD WATCH REMAINS IN EFFECT THROUGH EARLY TUESDAY AFTERNOON… …FLOOD WATCH REMAINS IN EFFECT UNTIL 1 PM EST /NOON CST/ THIS AFTERNOON… The Flood Watch continues for * Southern Indiana and Central Kentucky * Until 1 PM EST this afternoon. * A persistent plume of rainfall will continue along a slow- moving frontal boundary this morning and into early this afternoon. The rain will be moderate in intensity at times, causing rises on area rivers and streams and likely periods of street flooding. The heaviest rainfall is expected between now and 10 AM EST. * The rain has already resulted in minor river flooding and could cause some area rivers to rise to moderate flood stage. In addition, isolated flash flooding is possible early Tuesday. Total additional rainfall amounts of 1-2 inches are possible before the rains end this afternoon. A Flood Watch means there is a potential for flooding based on current forecasts. Monitor forecasts and be alert for possible Flood Warnings. Those living in areas prone to flooding should be prepared to take action should flooding develop. As always remember this slogan… Turn Around…Don`t Drown.


About David Howser

Chief Howser was born and raised in the Lyndon area. He joined LFR as a volunteer fire fighter in 1980 while a student at the old Westport High School. During his tenure here he has served as Company Officer, Training Officer, Safety Officer, Battalion Chief, Assistant Chief and Fire Chief. In 1984 he was hired as one of Lyndon's first career firefighters. As noted, since that time he has worked his way up through the ranks where he served as Fire Chief until July 2018 when Lyndon Fire merged into the St. Matthews FD. He currently serves as Assistant Fire Chief of the new merged St. Matthews F.D..

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