Good Monday everyone. The heat and humidity are back in the bluegrass state and this will set the stage for more clusters of showers and thunderstorms. It’s a familiar patter of late as the past two weeks have turned a little stormy across much of the state. This has certainly helped central and eastern Kentucky catch up on much needed rainfall.
The pattern this week is one that finds the core of the heat across the plains states with the bluegrass state on the cusp of the hot weather. This is usually the area that clusters of thunderstorms like to roam and that should especially be the case from Tuesday on. Here’s the pattern I envision this week…
- The western part of the state is going to continue to bake. The dry ground and their closer proximity to the heat core means temps will flirt with triple digits on any day that doesn’t feature a storm threat.
- Central and eastern Kentucky will generall run from 90-95 on most days. Storm clusters will have a big say in what the daily temp is where you live.
- Some isolated storms will be out there today with the rounds of storms kicking in later Tuesday. That will be the case through the rest of the week. There is the threat for severe storms and torrential rains… especially in the central and east.
Monday weather trackers…
Have a great Monday and take care.