Travelers should check the Kentucky Travel Advisory and the Kentucky Tourism Development Authority’s website for travel advisories for the upcoming week.
The Kentucky Tourism development authority issued the Kentucky travel advisory and travel advisory for Tuesday, May 17, which states: “Aerial and coastal flooding is expected during the weekend and could be severe.
The Kentucky River is expected to be dry on Thursday and Friday, but can rise again on Saturday.
The state issued a second warning for the same time period, for Wednesday, May 18. “
This warning is in addition to the information listed below, including the Kentucky National Guard’s evacuation of the Lower Kentucky Regional Office and the evacuation of Kentucky National Park, which has an evacuation order in effect.”
The state issued a second warning for the same time period, for Wednesday, May 18.
The second advisory includes the state’s highest-risk travel destinations: Lexington and Louisville.
Kentucky is currently the only state in the country that has no official travel advisory issued during the severe weather warning.
The state issued an advisory for Wednesday through Saturday, and its first advisory was issued for Sunday.
The advisory includes a full list of travel advisors and warnings.