Good Saturday, folks. We have another winner of a weather weekend going on across the bluegrass state. Temps will flirt with summer levels as skies remain mostly sunny. With the good will come some bad. That will be in the form of rounds of showers and storms early next week and that will pack a severe weather threat.
Highs today will be in the mid to upper 70s for the entire region. Skies will be mainly sunny, but a few more clouds may be noted in the north. That’s where a weak cold front will settle toward and it will try to throw some showers and storms toward the Ohio River. Most of that should stay well to our north.
Your daily dose of tracking toys:
Sunday will find temps heading toward 80 for much of central and eastern Kentucky as skies stay sunny.
To our west, thunderstorms will begin to crank up and roll our way. Those should arrive on Monday and will come at us in waves. Each of these waves could deliver severe weather to our part of the world. This is a potent setup from the European Model:
That has a lot of ugly written all over it. First comes the severe weather threat then comes the cool and damp weather by the end of the week.
Have a great Saturday and take care.