A September cold front moving through

Good Friday, folks. We have an honest to goodness blast of late September air surging into the region for the weekend. Showers and strong thunderstorms are announcing the arrival of the better air, and some of the storms may cause issues today.

These storms will also have a lot of heavy rain that can cause some additional high water concerns. The action will be lighter in the bluegrass region, before tapering off from west to east this evening.

Here is your Friday edition of the storm tracking tools:

 

The weekend weather looks amazing with highs on Saturday only in the 70s. A mix of sun and clouds will be noted as humidity levels drop off the charts.

Lows by Sunday morning may flirt with records across many areas. We should see the numbers drop deep into the 50s. Sunday afternoon looks equally as nice with upper 70s and low 80s.

That’s a lot of cooler than normal air showing up for the final few days of July:

Temps will be closer to normal by the middle of the week, but another cold front looks to arrive by the end of the week into next weekend. That will be the next chance for showers and storms to go along with slightly cooler than normal temps.

Have a fantastic Friday and take care.

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