Good Wednesday, folks. We have some nasty weather taking up residence across the bluegrass state for the next several days. This will be complete with gusty winds, showers and storms, and some chilly temperatures.
Today will start dry, but end wet with showers and storms increasing. This action will be accompanied by gusty winds and falling temps. Readings will drop into the low and middle 60s by late today.
I have you all set to do some cold front tracking:
A strong upper level low then parks right on top of Kentucky and hangs around through Saturday. This means rounds of showers and scattered thunderstorms. Locally heavy rainfall is possible during this time.
Check out what the NAM rainfall map is showing through Friday evening:
Highs during this time will generally range from the low to middle 60s, but a few days may see temps stay in the upper 50s.
That low pulls away by Sunday with MUCH better weather taking control into early next week. Things should get very active later next week as another strong cold front moves into the area. That may interact with a tropical system nearing the southeastern coastline.
Make it a great Wednesday and take care.