Toasty Temps and Scattered Storms

Good Tuesday, folks. It’s a nice little battle going on for weather supremacy across the bluegrass state. Storm clusters will continue to make a run at us from the northwest, while toasty temps fight in from the southwest. Each will have something to brag about this week, before the storms win the battle later on.

For today, low 90s are likely in the west with the central and east ranging from mid 80s to 90. A few storms will again work across the northern part of the state and could be strong. Just how far south than these get? We won’t know that until we fully see where they set up radar.

Your Tuesday tracking tools…


Wednesday has a chance to be the hottest day of the summer, so far. Of course, that’s not saying much this year, but most areas should top 90 degrees if storms and clouds stay away.

Storms will increase Thursday into Friday as a cold front drops in from the northwest. Those storms will be slow-movers and could put down a lot of rain. A few may even be on the strong side. Here’s the GFS…

There is a new version of the GFS about to take over… Yes, ANOTHER upgrade is coming to this model. It shows something similar later this week, but cuts the system off on top of us through next week…

Make it a great day and take care.


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One Response to Toasty Temps and Scattered Storms

  1. Mark says:

    I’m tired of the warm/hot temps, bugs and sweat – bring on the fall. (there needs to be at least 1 comment.)

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