Good Thursday to one and all. The threat for additional showers and thunderstorms will continue across the region today as a SLOW moving front pushes in. This front has a blast of spring air to the south of it and this is helping fuel these boomers.
The setup continues to feature a few rounds of storms with hours of dry weather in between. Any storm that goes up will feature heavy rains and gusty winds to go along with rolling thunder. Temps today should hit the 70s for highs and show a north to south gradient.
Today’s weather trackers:
The front will still be across our southern counties on Friday and this means some scattered showers and storms remain. Temps will come down several degrees as cooler winds start to blow.
Those winds mean some drying moves in just in time for the weekend. Partly cloudy skies look likely for Saturday and Sunday with highs struggling to get out of the 60s. We will need to keep a close eye on a big upper level low forming just to our northeast:
That may get just close enough to bring a shower threat to the region by Sunday and Monday.
The pattern into next week is one of change. Watch for a southern storm to form the first half of the week. This storm may bring us some rain here in Kentucky. As all of this happens, a big surge of cold air fills Canada and threatens to swing southward into the states as the first week of October comes to a close.
Have a great Thursday and take care.