Western Kentucky and middle Tennessee are under a slight risk for severe thunderstorms again today after a round of strong storms and heavy rain moved through last night.
Severe weather is most likely from the mid-morning to early afternoon hours, according to the National Weather Service in Paducah, which says damaging winds and heavy rain are the primary threats again.
Trees were blown down in a few places in Christian County last night and Emergency Management Director Randy Graham said water got into a couple basements at homes on Metcalfe Lane.
One person was injured in Calloway County when a tree fell onto a moving car on Airport Road about 9:15 p.m.
Flash flooding was reported across the area in the usual places on low-lying roadways and poor drainage areas.
Oppressive heat and humidity will be the story across the region Thursday through the weekend, with heat index values likely to exceed 100 degrees.