More storms to start the weekend

Good Friday, everyone. We have rounds of showers and thunderstorms that continue to plow across the Bluegrass State this summer. That trend carries us into the start of the weekend, before we get a small break in the action.

If you’re playing along at home, this marks the fourth straight summer of above-normal rainfall and thunderstorm action. That’s pretty incredible, but it’s the hand we’re being dealt from Mother Nature.

Friday’s storms will be scattered but can pack a punch. Heavy rainfall and pockets of high wind will be the main concerns to watch for. Your tracking tools come your way in a moment.

The cold front moving in begins to slow down later Friday night and Saturday. That might allow for some additional showers and storms Saturday, especially in the south. The NAM future radar is a little more widespread than most other models:


We should catch a nice break in the action for Sunday and early Monday, but more storms dive in from the northwest Tuesday and Wednesday:

Euro 2

Here are your Friday storm trackers:

Latest Day 1 convective outlook

Current watches
Current Watches

Possible watch areas
Current MDs

Have a great day and take care.

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