Good Saturday to one and all. The month of July is off and running on a stormy note for parts of the Bluegrass State. These storms look to come at us in waves as we roll into the first week of the month, and this probably includes our Independence Day.
Let’s start with Saturday. Highs will range from the upper 70s to the low 80s in most areas, with scattered storms on the move. You’re likely to have several dry hours to play with, but any storm that comes along could be strong.
That’s especially true across Eastern Kentucky. Here’s what you need to track Saturday’s weather:
Sunday’s weather looks much better, with highs in the 80- to 85-degree range, with a mix of sun and clouds. Most of the area should be dry, but I can see a storm popping in the south.
The threat of storms will return later Monday and last into the Fourth of July. The stuff for the Fourth looks scattered:
Given the scattered nature of those storms, dry hours will give the parades and fireworks a chance to go off without problems. We shall see.
The storms might ramp up Wednesday and Thursday, with another system crossing our region:
Make it a great Saturday and take care.