Good Saturday, everyone. Our final weekend of July looks to be a busy one with the increasing threat for strong and severe thunderstorms. This is all ahead of another major push of fall air moving in for next week.
The setup is primed for some big time storms to develop between hot and humid air and potential record breaking cold. The first round looks to form to our northwest this afternoon and come rolling in this evening into later tonight.
That may end up being a full blown complex of damaging wind producing storms that would also bring a local flash flood threat with them. These storms will then roll toward the southeast across central and eastern Kentucky into Sunday morning.
We find this cluster of storms exiting the region early in the day with the powerhouse cold front charging in from the northwest. That could ignite additional severe thunderstorms through Sunday evening.
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Tuesday’s risk area
I will have updates as needed. Have a great Saturday and take care.