Tracking Strong Storms

Good afternoon, everyone. Showers and thunderstorms continue to overspread the state from west to east and could cause a few issues. From here, more in the way of showers and storms rumble across the state through Friday as we wait for a strong cold front to move through.

The low-end threat for severe weather continues across much of the state through this evening…

Damaging wind will be the main player, but there’s just enough spin available for a brief tornado, but the threat is still pretty low.

These storms will also contain a lot of water that can cause spotty flash flooding.

Rounds of storms continue to come at us Thursday and Friday as temps make a run toward the 70s. Once again, storms may be strong or severe, especially across areas of western and central Kentucky. This is where the SPC is targeting…

Windy, dry and chilly weather blows in behind this front for Saturday. Lows by Saturday and Sunday dip into the upper 20s for some. Sunday looks good with a nice rebound into the 50s with a mix of sun and clouds.

Another stormy setup kicks in next week.

I will have the latest on WKYT-TV starting at 4pm and as needed through the day. Here are your tracking tools for the rest of our Wednesday…

Current watches
Current Watches

Possible Watch Areas

Current MDs

Have a good one and take care.

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2 Responses to Tracking Strong Storms

  1. feederband says:

    That was a huge change from the prior SPC Day 2 outlook. We shall see if holds up.

  2. Bobt says:

    First time I’ve been able to get on this site in days without the Google virus thing popping up. It would be nice to get some sunshine with all the doom and gloom but unfortunately Kentucky has weather that matches today’s world. Stay safe folks and listen to our governor.

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