Good Saturday to one and all. Typical late August weather is returning to central and eastern Kentucky this weekend. Humidity levels and temps are both on the rise and this combo will help crank out scattered showers and thunderstorms.
We will see a storm or two going up out there today with readings ranging from 80-85.
A better threat for scattered showers and storms will be around on Sunday as a system moves in from the south. The future radar from the NAM shows the increase in action:
Temps will likely come down some compared to what we have out there today. The forecast for next week continues to look like typical weather for this time of year. Warm and rather humid days with a daily threat for showers and storms.
What happens with Tropical Storm Erika? That’s the million dollar question we will have to answer this weekend .
Let’s get you set to track the weather we have out there today:
Have a great day and take care.