Bye bye Cindy! Tropical Storm leaves the region

Radar image of Tropical Depression Cindy heading to East Coast

NASHVILLE, Tenn. (WKRN) –  All severe weather watches have ended across Middle Tennessee, although parts of Kentucky still have watches posted.

Muhlenberg County, Kentucky is under a flood warning. The Green River at Paradise is rising, expected to reach flood stage Sunday evening, and crest on Monday afternoon.

Eight Kentucky counties are under a Flood Watch until Saturday morning, including Warren, Simpson, Logan, Allen, Barren, Monroe, Cumberland and Clinton. Click here to check for weather alerts.

Remnants of Tropical Storm Cindy continue to push northeast with heavy rain.

At 8:30 p.m., the Nashville Electric Service was still working to restore power at 35 homes, down from more then 2,300.  Click here to report an outage and see the outage map.

Saturday morning across Middle Tennessee should start out a little cloudy but clearing should bring plenty of sunshine by the afternoon. Temperatures will top out in the mid 80s with less humid conditions.

Even with sunny skies, high temperatures will be well below average in the upper 70s to lower 80s. Dew points will also continue to drop Monday and Tuesday into the low 50s meaning that noticeably less humid conditions are on the way. Get the latest forecast at wkrn.com/forecast.

Click here for complete coverage of Tropical Storm Cindy. 

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