Good Sunday, everyone. We are putting the wraps on an incredibly wet month of July across the bluegrass state. Rounds of thunderstorms have drenched the region, and it looks like early August could bring more of the same.
On this final day of the month, a few storms will flare up throughout the day. Any boomer that goes up can put down some very heavy rains. With a wet ground, local high water issues will be possible. I will have your tracking toys in a bit.
Over the next few days, we will need to keep a close eye on clusters of storms diving in from the northwest. These storms may bring a greater flash flood threat. The NAM shows this potential late Monday and Tuesday:
The Canadian Model offers up a very similar look:
Some of these storms could also be on the strong side.
Later in the week, a cold front arrives and slows down across our part of the world. This should allow for more rounds of showers and thunderstorms to impact the region.
Here are the tracking tools for the day:
Have a wonderful final day of July and take care.