Slow-moving front brings some good, some bad

Good Wednesday, folks. We have a heck of a weather day going on across Central and Eastern Kentucky. Very nice weather has finally moved into the region. Unfortunately, the cold front responsible for the good stuff is slowing down. That could mean some problems by Tomorrow.

Highs Wednesday will barely hit the low 80s, with lower humidity and a partly sunny sky. There is still a small chance of a shower or two across far southern Kentucky to start the day.

Our front stalls out across Tennessee as a wave of low pressure develops along it. That will then work eastward along the state line and could bring a substantial increase in showers and storms. The greatest risk will be across the south, but rain might fall in the Interstate 64 corridor.

The NAM is farthest north with the shower and storm threat:


The GFS is a littler farther south:GFS Isolated showers and storms will be possible Friday and Saturday as humidity and temps inch up. Normal highs should be back with us.

A system dives in from the northwest late in the weekend and early next week. That might enhance our storm and heavy-rain potential:


The storm threat continues into the middle of next week as a healthy trough tries to dig in across the eastern part of the country:

Euro 2Make it a great day and take care.

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