Tracking steamy temps and scattered storms

Good Thursday to one and all. We are again in the tropical-feeling weather environment across Central and Eastern Kentucky. This will bring hot and humid weather, and a daily threat of a shower or thunderstorm. If you’re thinking that sounds familiar, you’re right. It’s basically the same pattern we’ve been in all summer long.

It’s pretty simple as far as the forecast goes through the weekend and early next week. Daytime highs will range from the middle 80s to the low 90s, with humidity making it feel much, much hotter. A daily threat of showers and storms will also be with us.

Here’s what you need to track Thursday’s action:

The models are ramping it up a notch over the weekend. Check out the rainfall numbers through Tuesday:

GFS

From there, it’s all about what happens in the tropics. The models continue to struggle (as they should from days away) with what should become hurricane Hermine. The European model shows this crossing southern Florida late this weekend and early next week:

Euro

From there, the latest run takes it toward the Florida Panhandle:

Euro 2

Have a terrific Thursday and take care.

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