Good Wednesday, folks. Thunderstorms made a noisy return to the Bluegrass State overnight, and this is a sign of things to come. We have additional rounds of boomers blowing across the Bluegrass over the next few days, with a bigger system possible by the weekend.
A front is draped across the region and will be the focal point for additional showers and storms to blossom. Any storm Wednesday can be strong or severe, with high winds and hail.
These storms will be torrential rain producers that can cause local high water problems. I have you all set to do some tracking:
A few more rounds of storms are likely Thursday, with drying conditions moving in Friday.
The next storm sweeps in from the southwest Saturday and Sunday:
That system might bring another round of heavy rainfall to go along with additional strong storms.
‘Tis the storm season here in Kentucky.
Make it a wonderful Wednesday and take care.