Scattered storms threaten the 4th

Good Sunday, everyone. We are rolling our way into the first full week of July and mother nature continues to be stuck in a familiar pattern. Scattered storms will continue to rumble across the bluegrass state, and some of these may threaten your 4th of July outdoor plans.

Let’s begin with our Sunday before moving ahead.

Highs today are in the low and middle 80s with lower humidity levels than recent days. Most areas should be dry, but isolated showers and storms may develop in the south and west:

Highs on Monday will hit the mid and upper 80s with more humidity and a better chance for a storm or two. That action will then increase on the 4th of July, but I’m not expecting a washout. That said, have a plan B for anything you’re doing outdoors.

Storms will then ramp up for the rest of the week as a system works in here from the northwest:

Some locally heavy downpours are possible with the rains later in the week, and that could cause some local high water issues.

Temperatures behind this will then drop into the upcoming weekend:

This is not the summer for any one temperature pattern to become established, and it may wind up skewing a little cooler than normal overall.

Have a great day and take care.

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