Another Busy Week Ahead

Good Sunday, everyone. We are wrapping up the first weekend in May with a frost threat, but overall improving conditions. This doesn’t mean things are all fine and dandy as the week ahead will feature quite a bit of action, with temps that are all over the place.

Today starts with patchy frost across the central and eastern parts of the state. Skies will be partly to mostly sunny with temps likely hitting the low 60s for many, with mid and high 60s west.

There is a greater frost threat tonight and Monday morning with temps making a run at 32 degrees across the central and east. The GFS continues to indicate the potential for a light freeze with some upper 20s showing up…

Monday’s temps will be back in the 60s as we get set for a warm front to cross the state Monday night and Tuesday. This is likely to touch off some pretty good thunderstorms across central and eastern Kentucky…

Setups like these are usually pretty loud, putting down heavy rains. The NAM shows this well…

We especially need to watch those clusters of storms because some warm and moist air is feeding into them. Check out the temp surge being forecast behind that warm front…

Additional showers and thunderstorms then increase later Wednesday through the start of next weekend. This happens as another ugly weather maker rolls across our part of the world…

That should knock temps way back down during this time.

Have a great Sunday and take care.


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One Response to Another Busy Week Ahead

  1. Schroeder says:

    Thanks Chris, Looks like winter to summer again. have a great Sunday!

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