Remember the 20% chance for an isolated shower or storm this evening? Well, I found the storm! It’s on the western edge of Fentress County and sliding south. How long will it hold together? Probably not for much longer. However, perhaps another shower or storm can fire up before midnight, like the one you see to the east in southern Kentucky. Fingers crossed.
The radar image below shows that storm west of northern Fentress County. It was severe earlier but has already weakened dramatically. These types of storms tend to collapse pretty quickly after sunset. We do have a weak front moving in, so maybe that will be enough to keep it going or kick off another one.