Good Friday to one and all. We have another action packed storm system rolling toward the bluegrass state this weekend. It will bring a huge warm up and the potential for strong and severe thunderstorms.
Let’s start with what we have out there today. Gusty southwesterly winds will continue to blow milder air in here with readings back into the 50s. Clouds will increase and a few showers will be possible. Here’s your regional radar to track the drops:
Isolated showers will be around into Saturday as even warmer air moves. Highs will be in the 60s as winds gust to 25mph or greater.
The real action begins Sunday as a powerful storm system rolls from the plains states into the Great Lakes. This will be another major wind maker around and may give us a shot of strong or severe storms. Here’s the setup:
- A line of showers and thunderstorm will race eastward. A few of the storms may be strong or severe.
- Damaging wind will be the primary threat.
- A wild temperature swing will be noted as the front passes. We may be near 70 on Sunday and then near 40 by late Monday afternoon.