Daily Archives: June 30, 2019

Time posted: 1:58 am

A Few Storms End June

Good Sunday, everyone. We have some showers and thunderstorms on the weather menu for this final day of June. That’s an appropriate end to what has been another super wet month here in the bluegrass state. Unfortunately, the threat for showers and storms may increase a bit into our 4th of July week.

Scattered showers and storms develop out there today, but we will need to focus on our northwestern sky before the day is over. That’s because some big clusters of strong to severe storms may develop and drop in from that direction.

You can see that setup on the current Severe Weather Outlook from the Storm Prediction Center…

Damaging winds and hail will be the primary players with any strong or severe storm that blows up. As always, these storms will also be loaded with lots of lightning (LOL) and torrential rains. The heavy rainfall may be enough to cause high water issues on a local scale.

Additional rounds of showers and storms will target the region over the first few days of July. No, it’s not raining all the time and not everyone sees a lot of rain over the next few days. But, you know the drill with these storms.

The 4th of July and long holiday weekend looks to feature an uptick in showers and storms. Check out the European Model…

Behind all that, we continue to see a signal for another round of cooler than normal weather…

Here is your daily dose of storm tracking toys…

Current watches
Current Watches

Possible Watch Areas

Current MDs

Make it a great end to June and take care.