Good Thursday, folks. The long-awaited Labor Day weekend is about to kick off, and it looks as if some storms might crash the party. We are tracking the boomers and a big-time change as we roll into next week.
A weak front is crossing the state Thursday and will knock our temps down a degree or two from what we had Wednesday. This boundary will become stationary from northwest to southeast across the state and might touch off some isolated storms:
The boundary will become more active from Friday into the weekend. Scattered showers and thunderstorms might come at us in waves, and some could be strong. Outside of any storms, highs will be in the upper 80s to near 90.
That front arrives by Monday, and the air coming in behind it looks awesome. Check out the numbers from the GFS:
Yep, highs in the 70s and lows in the 50s are likely for Tuesday and Wednesday. How great will that feel?
That is forecast to arrive by Friday and might hang around into the weekend. That could be good news for the home opener for Kentucky’s football team at Commonwealth Stadium.
Speaking of the Cats, here’s the updated forecast for the season opener in Nashville on Saturday:
Make it a great Thursday and take care.