Daily Archives: May 23, 2018
Time posted: 2:04 am
Good Wednesday, everyone. We have a nice little break in the stormy action for the next few days, but that doesn’t look to last into the big Memorial Day Weekend. A stalled front may team up with a possible tropical system in the Gulf to deliver wet weather across the bluegrass state.
Let’s focus on today then roll ahead. The morning starts with leftover showers and storms scooting away from eastern Kentucky…
Lower humidity levels move in this afternoon and evening, with temps running cooler than previous days. Highs should range from the upper 70s to low 80s for many.
We may actually hit the 50s by Thursday morning, with afternoon temps similar to today. Skies will stay partly sunny.
The unofficial kickoff to summer is Memorial Day weekend and everyone is hoping for nice weather. Pools open, backyards fill with the smell of burgers and dogs on the grill, and lakes are generally packed. None of that may be true this weekend as our pattern looks very active.
For a while, I’ve talked about the potential for a tropical system in the Gulf. The National Hurricane Center is highlighting this region for potential development over the next few days…
As that system works across the Gulf, we will be dealing with a front slowing down across the Ohio valley, setting up a pipeline of tropical moisture from the Gulf into Kentucky. That would lead to rounds of showers and storms starting as early as Friday and continuing into the weekend. What happens with the Gulf system? That may get drawn northward and impact our weather…
Again, we don’t have to have a direct impact from the center of that system to get a lot of rain around here.
Have a great Wednesday and take care.