Despite severe weather and heavy rains throughout the weekend, Clark County was left with little damage.
“We’ve been out checking. … We fared pretty well,” said Kevin Wilson, Clark County road supervisor.
Road crews cleared a downed tree from Four Mile Road, Wilson said, but no other damage was reported.
On Monday, as the Ohio and Mississippi rivers headed for "historic" flood levels, Kentucky Gov. Steve Beshear declared a state of emergency. Most of the hardest hit areas from the series of storms are in western Kentucky.
Emergency Management Director Gary Epperson said that no damage was reported to his department, either.
A funnel cloud was spotted in Clark County at approximately 8 p.m. Friday, but passed through the area without touching down.