Storms and Heat For The Week Ahead

Good Sunday to one and all. Showers and storms are back into parts of the bluegrass state, bringing more of the same to our part of the world. This pattern looks to persist into much of the upcoming week, as heat and humidity makes another run at us.

The storms out there today will be more concentrated across the southern half of the state. This is also the area with a low-end risk for strong or locally severe storms…

As we head into Monday, a northwest to southeast oriented boundary will be stalled across Kentucky. That boundary may stick around in similar fashion through, at least, the first half of the week. The end results will be rounds of showers and storms rolling in…

This is another torrential rain producing setup around here and could cause additional high water concerns. From the “broken record” files, some of the storms may strong or locally severe. Here’s the Monday Severe Weather Outlook from the SPC…

Temps will be very steamy for the week ahead with 90+ showing up in the west early on, with that 90+ degree line heading east by the end of the week into the big weekend. Still, storms will try to crash back in and that may carry us right on into 4th of July week.

Let’s get back the precious present. Here is your daily dose of storm trackers will keep you company…

Current watches
Current Watches

Possible watch areas
Current MDs

Make it a great Sunday and take care.

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One Response to Storms and Heat For The Week Ahead

  1. Terry says:

    I have close to an inch so far today in Harlan before 7:00AM!

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