Good Monday to one and all. Rounds of showers and storms are back in the bluegrass state and this looks like another stormy week taking shape. We even run the risk for some strong or severe storms.
The action gets started out there today as a disturbance drops in from the northwest. Scattered showers and storms will blow up and a few of these could go severe. The main risk appears to be from large hail and high winds. Your tracking toys make their usual appearance in a bit.
Additional showers and storms will be around on Tuesday with highs back into the upper 70s and low 80s. Storms may increase even more from Wednesday through Friday as several systems drop in from the northwest:
These storms will put down some very heavy rains and could even produce some more severe weather. Will that extend into the 4th of July on Saturday? It’s possible and something I will try to hone in on over the next few days.
Temps this week continue to run below normal and that looks to be the case for the 4th:
Temps may spike a few days later, but the overall trend is back toward cooler right after that:
Let’s get back to tracking the severe threat of today:
Today’s risk area
Make it a great day and take care.