Daily Archives: August 4, 2012
Good Saturday everyone. Our weekend kicked off with showers and thunderstorms on Friday and these storms dumped a lot of water in a few spots. This trend looks to continue over the next few days as showers and thunderstorms keep doing their thing. Throw a cold front into the mix and some of these storms may become severe before the weekend is over.
A scattering of storms will be likely across the bluegrass state today. Any storm that blows up could contain high winds and hail and contain torrential rains. These rains may cause some flash flooding concerns yet again.
A cluster of thunderstorms may get going overnight and impact much of the state. Those boomers would carry us into the first few hours of Sunday before weakening out a bit. A cold front will then enter the picture by the end of the day and this will likely produce anther line of thunderstorms. The Storm Prediction Center has much of the state in the Slight Risk for severe weather for Sunday…
A few storms may carry over into Monday.
Here’s your regional radar to track today’s action…
Updates will come your way as needed. Have a great Saturday and take care.