Good Monday to one and all. Our new week is off and running with showers and storms rumbling across the region. This begins another cooler-than-normal week of weather across the Bluegrass State.
Highs on Monday are again in the 70s, with showers and storms slowly decreasing as the day wears on. Locally heavy rain could cause a few local high-water problems early in the day. Here are your radars:
Tuesday looks mainly dry, with highs in the upper 70s to low 80s in most areas.
Shower and storm chances return by Wednesday and will carry us through the weekend and into early next week. This isn’t a setup of wall-to-wall rain, by any means, but it’s one that will bring frequent rain chances our way.
Temps stay much cooler than normal during this time.
The longer range from the Euro takes us through the middle of September and shows above-normal rainfall during this time:
And the average temp through this time is on the cool side of normal:
Sorry, summer fans!
Have a wonderful Monday and take care.