Good Thursday and welcome to a much better weather day. The severe storms and flooding rains of last night have pushed on to our south and east. This is being replaced by cooler and drier air that hangs around into the start of the weekend.
A cold front continues to drop southward across the Ohio Valley early today. This may keep a few showers and isolated storms going across southern parts of the state early on. Partly sunny skies with highs in the mid to upper 70s will be noted across many areas.
Track the nice stuff into town:
Friday looks to be another nice day with a mix of sun and clouds with highs in the mid to upper 70s.
There may be just enough juice to spit out isolated showers into far southern and western Kentucky.
That’s on the nose of warmer air that swings in by Saturday. Highs will be back into the low and middle 80s. Showers and storms won’t be too far away and may push back into our region by Saturday evening or night.
A much better threat for booming storms will be around on Sunday as low pressure works across the Ohio Valley:
Strong storms and heavy rainfall will be possible as that low scoots through. Scattered storms look to be common into much of next week as temps remain fairly close to normal.
Have a great day and take care.