Good Wednesday to one and all. Our run of very nice weather has one more day left before things start to change. Muggy air moves in over the next few days, leading to rounds of showers and storms in our region.
Wednesday morning might start with readings dropping into the upper 40s in a few spots. This could put record lows in jeopardy. Lexington’s record low for June 28 is 50, so let’s see how close we get to that.
Highs Wednesday are again in the upper 70s to near 80 for much of Central and Eastern Kentucky. That’s warmer than the past few days, but this is still below normal.
Muggy air returns Thursday, with highs in the middle 80s and a slight chance of a shower or storm.
Storm chances ramp up this weekend with a cold front dropping in from the northwest. Some of the storms Saturday could be strong or severe, with heavy rain. This same front is likely to put the brakes on and hang around into early next week:
The result would be for clusters of storms to roll across the region through the Fourth of July week. Heavy rainfall is possible with that setup and the Canadian is showing this through the middle of the week:
The good news is that our temps should be below normal during this time.
Make it a great day and take care.