The remnants of Hurricane Ike will bring some strong winds and possible rainfall to Louisville.
As the storm moves in a northeasterly direction, it will cause storms in the plains of Illinois and Indiana. National Weather Service meteorologist John Ammerman says some of that weather system will make its way into the Louisville area Sunday.
“We could winds from 20-25 miles an hour, maybe a gust of 35 miles an hour,” he says. “It’s going to remain very humid until it picks up a frontal boundary as it comes across during the afternoon which should give us a little bit of rain in the Louisville area.”
Ammerman says any showers left over from Ike will likely be fairly light.