The last week of July features changes

Good Sunday, folks. We have a rather warm day going on across Central and Eastern Kentucky. This typical summertime air will hang around through the next few days, but changes show up as we say goodbye to the month.

Highs Sunday will range from the mid- to upper 80s in much of Central and Eastern Kentucky. Isolated showers and storms will be possible early, with a slightly higher chance coming during the evening.

Scattered showers and storms will increase from the northwest later Sunday night into Monday. A few strong storms could even fire up during this time. Here’s the NAM simulated radar:


Temps are likely to be a few degrees cooler because of the scattered storms and more clouds.

Tuesday into Wednesday could see temps spike close to 90 degrees. Isolated storms Tuesday could become much more widespread late Wednesday as a cold front moves in. That will be followed by much cooler air for later in the week into early August:


That cooler trend may carry us into much of the first half of August. The CFS forecast for early in the month is showing temps averaging solidly below normal for much of the country:

CFS 2Make it a great Sunday and take care.

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