Very Cool Temps Before Storms Return

Good Thursday, everyone. We continue to track a few showers across the state as very cool air blows into town. This may send our Friday morning temps to near record lows in some areas. Once we get into the weekend, rounds of showers and thunderstorms start to get closer, setting the stage for a very wet pattern ahead.

Temps today may not get out of the 60s across areas of central and eastern Kentucky. This is where clouds and a few showers will continue to show up as winds continue to crank. Here is regional radar to track the action…

As skies clear up overnight, temps can drop deep into the 40s and some locations may set record lows. Here’s the GFS…

The Hi Res NAM is even cooler…

Friday continues to look very good with temps in the low and middle 70s with a mix of sun and clouds.

Saturday is a mainly dry day with humidity levels and temps creeping back up. This is ahead of another system set to bring showers and thunderstorms our way by Sunday. This stormy setup is likely to continue through much of next week. The Canadian rainfall numbers are up there…

This isn’t a very good looking pattern for the next few weeks, at least.

Have a great Thursday and take care.

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11 Responses to Very Cool Temps Before Storms Return

  1. Terry says:

    At least SE KY has been staying out of the bull’s eye for the heaviest rain since March. Unfortunately, most of the crops are in the western half of of KY on north and west where the worst looks to fall next week!

  2. Which Way Is the Wind Blowing says:

    I am going to be outside over next three days.
    Perfect temperatures!

  3. Schroeder says:

    Doesn’t look like it’s going to be much of a growing season unless this persistent weather pattern subsides. Hopefully, the long range forecast are wrong and we end up with our usual hazy, warm or hot humid Ohio Valley Summer and our cooler Autumn weather. As far as Climate Change I’m not buying into that theory.

    • Terry says:

      Good for growing subtropical plants like Elephant Ears and hardy Bananas:P

      Due to such a mild winter and excessive rainfall, my plants came up early and are already taller than usual!

  4. b says:

    the grand solar minimum is getting ready to hit us full swing. the northern hemisphere snowpack is way above avg, 2/3 of colorado still has, global crop failures, etc. large farms will fail while small ones survive.

  5. Schroeder says:

    And palm trees. LOL

  6. Chris Mercer says:

    Just got back from a walk. So nice outside! Not a cloud in a sky, some light to breezy wind gusts. Home weather station shows 65.1 degrees with a dewpoint of 42.0. Doesn’t get any better in Lexington in June than this weather!

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