The Morehead area, and to the east in Rowan county, are also experiencing devastation with many homes and roads under water and shelters being opened to help those displaced.
Then there’s Prestonsburg, with flooded roadways making travel difficult for many as well.
So we're done right? Nope!
We're tracking a second round of severe weather moving into the region from the north and west, and these are certainly on track to train over some of the same areas that have been significant weather already. That's not good news.
Earlier today the I-65 corridor was spared the worst as the first complex was more to the east. Based on some current tracking, the same thing could happen again, but I do still suspect some bad weather in those areas that weren't hit earlier, because an unstable atmosphere hasn't been activated, and the weak storms in Missouri on the map above are headed towards that environment.
I'll be tracking the latest as the night progresses, and look for updates on Twitter, Facebook, and the weather team on WKYT-TV.