Good Wednesday, folks. Our fall fling is now a thing of the past as summertime rolls back in to the Bluegrass State. The next week or so will be similar to how we’ve spent the majority of the past few months, with steam and scattered storms taking center stage.
Highs Wednesday will be in the middle 80s for much of the region as humidity takes off. This will likely lead to the development of scattered showers and storms. Your storm trackers couldn’t stay away for more than a couple days:
Daytime highs will range from the upper 80s to about 90 starting Thursday and running through the weekend. Any one area could see temps go a little higher, but the daily threat of storms might help us out:
The tropical air will make it feel much hotter and can cause any shower or thunderstorm to put down a lot of rain. The local high-water threat will need to be monitored. 🙁
The tropics are kicking it now, with three systems in the Atlantic. A current unnamed system will head toward the Bahamas this weekend, and is likely to develop into a storm before reaching Florida. The latest European:
The model now takes that into the central Gulf of Mexico and develops it into a monster. The new run brings this system all the way into our region next week:
That will be interesting to follow in the days ahead.
Have a wonderful Wednesday and take care.