Thundering into a cooler pattern

Good Wednesday, everyone. We have a much better brand of air across the Bluegrass State. Humidity and temps are down compared to the past few days, and that spells a pretty decent weather day. The same can’t be said for the days that follow.

Our weather pattern continues to be very active, and we have a lot of storms ahead of us. Those storms will really crank up after a hot and humid Thursday. Highs Thursday could reach 90 to 95 degrees, with an increase in humidity. The heat index could top out in the 100- to 105-degree range.

Winds will be rather gusty ahead of a cluster of thunderstorms that move in late in the day and overnight. Damaging winds will be possible.

More widespread showers and storms will then be possible Friday and Saturday as low pressure works across the area:

CanadianStrong storms and very heavy rainfall are possible with that system. Much cooler air then filters in behind it for the weekend and early next week. Highs in the upper 70s might be common during that time.

Another wet weather maker might blow into town by the middle of next week.

I leave you with all your Wednesday weather tracking tools:



Wednesday’s risk area

Latest Day 1 convective outlook

Current watches

Current Watches

Possible watch areas Current MDs

Enjoy the day and take care.

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