Good Monday, folks. We have one awesome brand of air across the Bluegrass State. Our current temp pattern is something out of late September, but I won’t complain one bit.
The nice temps are stealing the weather show right now, but showers and storms are plotting their return.
The first round of scattered showers and storms will arrive from the northwest late Monday night and early Tuesday. You might see some of those showing up later during the day on our regional radar:
Highs for Tuesday will generally range from 70 to 75 degrees. That’s pretty dang awesome!
Wednesday’s highs will climb closer to 80 degrees as some clouds roll in later in the day. Those clouds are ahead of another stormy-looking setup to close June and usher in July.
I’m becoming more concerned about these clusters of storms being strong and putting down additional heavy rain. The computer model forecasts are showing some hefty totals into the weekend:
The long range look at the Fourth of July is for temps to be a little cooler than normal, with the threat of a few storms.
Speaking of cooler than normal, the seasonal forecast models are showing that to be the case for the month of July:
Make it a great day and take care.