Tracking showers and storms

Good Wednesday, everyone. An area of low pressure is working eastward across the state today and will continue to bring scattered showers and thunderstorms. This will give us one last bump in our monthly rainfall totals. A top 5 wettest July on record is a strong possibility in Lexington.

We won’t have wall to wall rainfall today, but keep the umbrellas around at all times. Locally heavy downpours will be possible and you can follow along with our radars:

Temps today will be held into the 70s for highs… again.

Scattered showers and storms will hang around into Thursday with highs close to 80 degrees. The pattern from this point will feature below normal temps from our region and north with the heat to our southwest.

Clusters of showers and thunderstorms will roam in between the two:

It won’t rain everyday where you live, but the threat for storms will increase over the weekend into early next week.

As far as temps go for the next week:

GFSHot weather stinks, anyway. 🙂

Have a wonderful Wednesday and take care.

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