Good Sunday, everyone. We have a cold front working into the Bluegrass State and bringing additional rounds of showers and storms with it. This action will carry us through the evening hours, before cooler air moves in.
That cooler air doesn’t mean we’re going to have a great-looking sky. We’re going to keep the threat of a few showers and storms going as we start the month of June. Here’s why:
That front slows down to our south as a couple waves of low pressure move along it. That will give us a decent shot for additional scattered showers and storms into Monday and Tuesday. Highs will be cooler than normal with upper 60s and low 70s to start out the first month of summer.
The threat for scattered showers and storms will hang tough for the middle and end of the week as warmer air returns. The GFS rainfall map keeps showing some heavy rain totals possible for the next week:
As always, I have you set to do some storm tracking out there Sunday. Track away:
Sunday’s risk area
Have a great day and take care.