Strong Storms Possible In The North

Good afternoon, everyone. On a mild and gorgeous day,  I wanted to give you a quick update on the low-end potential for  for a few strong to severe storms.

There’s a weak boundary dropping toward the region from the north, but this slows down near the Ohio River this evening. That allows for a few storms to develop along and south of the boundary. The SPC has northern Kentucky in the low risk for a few severe storms…

A few storms linger into Friday across the northern half of the state. Temps will still be warm, but those storms have the final say on how high the numbers can get for any one location. The south and west can make a run at 80, though.

Winds will be gusty as our strong southwesterly wind kicks in through Saturday. That’s another day with very warm temps.

A potent cold front sweeps eastward across the state by Saturday evening into the wee hours of Sunday morning. A line of strong to severe storms will likely develop ahead of this boundary as it moves through. The SPC has the initial risk across the west on Saturday…

Temps come back down into the 60s behind the front on Sunday. Winds will be very gusty as a mix of sun and clouds show up.

The system by next Tuesday and Wednesday continues to look like it can bring some ugly in here.

I will have the latest on WKYT-TV starting at 4pm. Here are your tracking tools for the day…

Current watches
Current Watches

Possible Watch Areas

Current MDs

Have a great day and take care.

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