Daily Archives: March 26, 2017

Time posted: 2:28 am

Rounds Of Storms Target The Region

Good Sunday, folks. The weekend is wrapping up with scattered showers and storms rolling across the Commonwealth. This action will pull away late today, but another round of storms will rumble in here on Monday, bringing another threat for strong or severe storms.

Let’s start with today and roll forward. The storms will mainly impact central and eastern Kentucky with locally heavy rains and frequent lightning. Some of the storms may also contain small hail and high winds. I have you set to do some Sunday storm tracking…

Outside of the storms, a mix of sun and clouds will likely boost temps back into the 70-75 degree range. It may also feel a little humid out there.

Another system then moves in here later Monday with additional thunderstorms. Some strong to severe storms will be possible across the western half of Kentucky…

That threat may carry us into Tuesday with highs both days in the 70s.

A break in the action may come on Wednesday, but additional energy slowly ejecting out of the southwest means more showers and storms later in the week into next weekend…

That is one busy looking upper level setup!

On another interesting weather note, what the heck is this off the southeast coast?

Looks like a subtropical system to me. I wonder if we can get in named… in late March?

Have a great Sunday and take care.

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