Updating The Stormy Setup

Good evening, everyone. Our current shower and rumble of thunder maker is pulling away from the state, but we have several more set to target the region in the coming weeks. We are fully in the bullseye of heavy rain and strong storm potential!

Let’s begin with what’s shaking out there now. Gusty showers are exiting southern and southeastern Kentucky, with mostly cloudy skies behind this…

Wednesday looks like a mix of clouds and sun with temps ranging from the upper 50s to upper 60s, depending on where you are. There’s still a small storm risk.

Thursday continues to look like a fairly active weather day with the potential for strong to severe storms going up ahead of a cold front. Temps may spike to 70 on gusty southwest winds. Once the front arrives late in the day, rounds of big boomers will be possible.

The Storm Prediction Center has much of the state in the low-end severe risk…

The next system then rolls in here for Saturday with rain and some thunder. That’s followed up by several systems next week. Folks, this is a pattern that can bring too much rain and rounds of strong storms to Kentucky and many areas…

The GFS Ensembles show rainfall WAY above normal in the next 2 weeks…

This could get a little ugly.

Enjoy the rest of the evening and take care.

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One Response to Updating The Stormy Setup

  1. Terry says:

    50 Shades of Rain 😛

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