Rounds of strong storms before ‘Bill’

Good Wednesday to one and all. Rounds of strong to severe thunderstorms made their way across the region on Tuesday. That’s the start of a very busy weather pattern across Central and Eastern Kentucky. The pattern could be capped off by heavy rain from the tropical storm formerly known as Bill.

A cold front is stalling out across the region and will fuel additional clusters of strong to severe thunderstorms Wednesday and Thursday. Damaging winds and large hail will be the primary severe weather players.

Any storm will also have a tremendous amount of lightning and put down torrential rainfall. Local high water problems will be possible during this time.

What’s left of Bill will then work toward Kentucky by Friday and Saturday. Many of the forecast models bring this system into our region with some very heavy rainfall:

CanadianThat is something for us to keep a close eye on as we inch closer to the weekend. In the meantime, let’s keep an eye out for strong and severe storms Wednesday. I have you all set with your daily dose of storm trackers.

 

 

Wednesday’s risk area

Latest Day 1 convective outlook

Current watches

Current Watches

Possible watch areas Current MDs

Make it a great day and take care.

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