Rounds Of Storms Kick In

Good Tuesday, everyone. Another active setup is developing and it will put the bluegrass state in the line of fire fore more showers and storms. These storms will come at us in waves this week and into the coming weekend, bringing a renewed heavy rain threat.

Let us begin with today and roll ahead. Highs will be back into the upper 80s and low 90s with the heat index feeling a few degrees toastier. Scattered showers and storms go up this afternoon and one or two will be strong. Here’s the latest low-end Severe Weather Outlook from the Storm Prediction Center…

Showers and storms will increase on Wednesday as a cold front drops in from the northwest. That front gets to Kentucky and slows down, allowing for a few waves of low pressure to move along it. The end result will be rounds of showers and thunderstorms rumbling across Kentucky through the weekend…

Heavy rainfall is a very good likelihood, leading to the potential for local high water issues developing. Check out the European Model rain numbers through this weekend and into early next week…

Temperatures will come way down during this time.

I have you all set to do some Tuesday storm tracking…

Current watches
Current Watches

Possible watch areas
Current MDs

Make it a great day and take care.


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5 Responses to Rounds Of Storms Kick In

  1. Schroeder says:

    Thanks Chris for the update. Depends on where the cold front stalls out, which is difficult to predict at this early date. Where the cold front stalls, all the precipitation along and north will receive the best chance for widespread rains and storms, and to the south of the stationary cold front the precipitation will most likely be scattered. Those’s that like summer weather in the Ohio River Valley enjoy the day.

  2. Jamie says:

    Garden needs rain. Hopefully it will not become a lake.

  3. winter lover says:

    Here in far western,ky there’s been a good breeze doesn’t feel it’s gonna get as hot as it did yesterday.

  4. blueyz79 says:

    Could not believe that storm that popped yesterday. Winds blew over some huge trees and busted the top out of the big one in my front yard. The amount of rain in that little period was amazing.

    Rain would be nice to drop those temps but I am not looking forward to any possible flooding. Hopefully next Tuesday is nice as we are taking a trip.

  5. BubbaG says:

    Still no rain in Richmond over the past several days of chances… I’m sensing drought talk soon 😉 CB Loves drought talk! 😉

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