A continuous stream of rain has poured into central Kentucky, reaching up into south-central Indiana, especially overnight Friday and into Saturday morning. South-central Kentucky from Logan County and northeastward into the Bluegrass Region has felt the greatest impact with flash flooding problems reported. The flooding has been due to the copious amounts of rain that fell in such a short time period as well as being attributed to saturated soils from the last few days, not allowing for much of the newer rain to soak into the ground. The first two maps are for the 24 hour period from Friday morning through Saturday morning and the last map shows rainfall totals over the last three days. The highest reported 3-day total comes from Taylor County, KY with 7.99 inches falling near Campbellsville.