Another active setup on the way

Good Sunday to one and all. We are wrapping up the weekend with absolutely gorgeous weather across central and eastern Kentucky. Enjoy it, because things will turn stormy again in the coming days.

Today really looks like a winner of a weather day with highs into the 60s with a 70 in the west. Skies stay mostly sunny before some high clouds filter in during the evening.

Those clouds are with part of a mild and moist southwesterly wind flow that should spit out a shower or thunderstorm on Monday:


This action is ahead of a potent cold front dropping in here on Tuesday. A band of showers and thunderstorms will be along and ahead of the front, and some of the storms could be strong:


Temps turn seasonal for a few days for the middle of the week, but milder southwesterly winds kick in by the end of the week into the weekend. The look on the models is now more toward what the GFS and GFS Ensembles were showing… Mild.

That mild air can also mean a scattered shower or thunderstorms and gusty southwesterly winds:


The setup by late weekend and early the following week is getting my attention as a potential severe weather maker. The signal has been there for a few days and continues to show up pretty well:


This is not a good setup going into the spring severe weather season!

Enjoy the day and take care.

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