Scattered Storms Set To Return

Good Monday, everyone. It’s another week of tracking scattered showers and thunderstorms across the bluegrass state. This action will come at us in waves, with several systems impacting the region during this time. There’s also the chance for this to carry us into Eclipse Day. Ugh.

Today will feature a few showers and storms trying to go up, with some locally heavy rains…

Temps today may be held into the 70s for areas getting full clouds and rain. Scattered stuff will be with us again on Tuesday with highs in the 80s. Another system moves in with a greater threat for showers and storms on Wednesday…

Showers and storms should become likely Thursday into, at least, the early part of Friday…

The action won’t stop there, as we are back to tracking systems coming in from the west and northwest. A few of those storms may fire back up this weekend, but it doesn’t look like a washout.

Monday is a HUGE day with Kentucky being ground zero for a total solar eclipse. I don’t like the summer trend and the pattern setting up. Another system may be diving in here from the northwest early next week…

Obviously, that would bring the threat for clouds and showers and storms in here. BUT… that’s one run of one model. I will be updating the actual forecast all week on WKYT-TV.

You will also notice a tropical system approaching the southeast on the above map. The pattern looks ripe for something like that to happen.

Have a great day and take care.


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One Response to Scattered Storms Set To Return

  1. Schroeder., says:

    Tropical Storm Gert grows stronger in the Atlantic, while the showers in our area become weaker. http://www.weatherstreet.com/hurricane/2017/Gert.htm

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