Good Monday and welcome to another stormy week in the Bluegrass State. We’re coming off a mainly dry and pleasant last week of weather, but this week looks anything but dry and nice. Rounds of showers and storms are back.
Highs Monday will be in the low and middle 80s as moisture really ramps up from the south. As a matter of fact, you can trace this pipeline of juice all the way to the Gulf of Mexico. That means showers and storms will develop throughout the day, and a few of them could be strong. Very heavy rainfall is also a good possibility.
Scattered storms and tropical humidity levels will be likely Tuesday, with highs in the 80s.
The action really kicks into high gear later Wednesday and Thursday as a strong cold front moves in. This is a classic fall front that can produce some strong or severe storms during this time.
That front slowly moves across the state on Thursday, with showers and storms hanging tough. Much cooler air is coming in behind this front, and some of the models suggest that highs will struggle to get out of the low and mid-70s.
As of now, temps look pretty good for the start of the high school football season on Friday and Saturday. The problem could come from some scattered showers and storms.
Another cold front sweeps in later Sunday and Monday, with more scattered showers and storms. The air coming in behind that front looks cooler than normal:
I leave you with a full array of tracking tools:
Enjoy the day and take care.