Good Tuesday, everyone. We continue to see some of the hottest temps of the summer this week. Of course, that’s not saying much considering how cool our weather has been. Anything close to 90 will qualify as the hottest of the summer. In a typical summer, we would call these temps normal.
Every other weather source is trying to hype the heat, but we are keeping things in perspective and alerting you to the threat of some storms. Those storms will try to fire up late today across a few areas of Central and Eastern Kentucky.
Any action we get today will be diving in from northwest to southeast, and you can track it all on our network of radars:
The best threat for storms will come later tonight into Wednesday as the corridor of action works a little farther westward. Some of those storms may be on the strong side and that’s something we will keep a close watch on.
Temps during this time will be held in check with readings in the upper 80s to around 90. Areas getting in on storms may wind up cooler than that.
The threat for isolated storms will carry us into the holiday weekend. That’s when the models try to bring a cold front in here from the northwest:
That would usher in some cooler temps by the middle and end of next week.
Have a great day and take care.