Scattered Storms and Very Warm Temps

Good Thursday, everyone. Spring is doing its thing across the bluegrass state as warm air pushes in. This warm air will also bring scattered showers and thunderstorms to the region, starting later today. This is the first of two systems set to impact the region through early next week.

Temps today should make a run at the low and middle 70s in most areas. Scattered showers and storms will develop in the west and slowly roll eastward. This best chance is tonight into Friday morning, with a quick decrease from west to east through the rest of the day. Here are your radars to track today’s action from the west…

Thermometers on Friday will be back into the upper 60s and low 70s as better weather takes over in the afternoon and evening.

Saturday looks awesome with temps deep into the 70s and a mainly dry sky. 80 degrees is possible in a few spots…

Our next system will throw scattered showers and storms at us on Sunday as temps look to be similar to what we have for Saturday. Some of the storms later Sunday into Monday could be strong…

The setup behind this looks very active as spring air collides with colder air trying to move into the northern parts of the country. This means an active storm track that can put down a lot of rain and bring some big thunderstorms our way…

Enjoy your Thursday and take care.


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