Storm Chances Won’t Go Away

Good Monday to one and all. We are rolling our way into the final few days of June, but it feels more like the final few days of September. This awesome air mass will soon give way to another setup that looks rather stormy in our part of the world. Yippee, said no one ever.

Temps today are pretty much awesome, but clouds will move into town later as a cold front approaches from the northwest. Showers and some thunder will increase late tonight into early Tuesday…

Highs Tuesday will generally range from 70-75 degrees for many of us.

Wednesday will see temps rebounding into the upper 70s to some low 80s in the west. That’s still way below normal for this time of year.

This brings us into the end of the week and the increasing threat for showers and storms to come in here from the northwest. Some of these storms may be strong and I’m increasingly concerned about the heavy rain threat. A cold font slides in here late in the weekend and is likely to check up, leading to some additional storm chances through the 4th of July..

The potential is there for quite a bit of water to fall during this time. The Canadian continues to show this well…

Make it a great day and take care.


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6 Responses to Storm Chances Won’t Go Away

  1. Virgil says:

    Wow, Im here before Schroder for a change… Just kidding. Anyway, the last thing any one in Kentucky North and West of the Hal Rogers Parkway needs is more rain. Especially in areas like Olive Hill and Ashland.

  2. Schroeder says:

    Thanks Chris, Enjoying these cool temperatures. I just hope they stay for a while, as I can’t stand the heat like I use to. As for the rain that is forecast to be in our area, some people could use more for their lawns and gardens. Central Kentucky, has had enough for at lease a couple of weeks. Air conditioning taking a much needed break, and that is fine by me. Reason why I’am late on my post is I have a sinus condition this morning. Virgil, my name is Schroeder and it is pronounce Schrader, very German. LOL, have a great day everyone.

  3. Coffeelady says:

    Thanks Chris. Yesterday was absolute perfection! Most of the day there was not a cloud in the sky where I live. And the temps and breeze was wonderful! Today looks like of like a carbon copy in many ways. Should have known the way this year has been that the stormy weather would not leave us for long!
    We are travelling to NE Ohio this weekend so I hope it gets out of the way. I hate travelling in the rain. We seem to have had more than our fair share! But we are lucky. We could be in a severe drought. Have a great Monday everyone.

  4. Jeff Hamlin says:

    Some need more rain than others. Whatever happens…..well you know. 😉

  5. Mike S says:

    I’m making more projections. Typically, I can look at a bunch of numbers, and then based on a forecast, I can determine whether one city will be in a top ten wettest category or above average in temperatures for the month. Well, I’ve just completed a preliminary projection for Louisville and Lexington’s temperatures for June. Man, this is going to be close. I have Louisville and Lexington both coming out right at average for the month, which means there is a coin flip chance we could finish a little above or a little below, but the actual departure from normal may be so small, that it will probably be considered 0.0 degrees.

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