Cooler-than-normal pattern rolls on

Good Tuesday, everyone. The first week of August is among the coolest we have ever had across Central and Eastern Kentucky. Temperatures have been well below normal, while rainfall has been well above normal.

If you’re looking for a big change to this pattern, you might want to look away. I’m not finding much of a difference ahead.

Highs Tuesday range from 75 to 80 in most areas. That’s warmer than the past few days, but normal highs are in the middle 80s. Skies stay partly sunny, with mainly dry weather.

Clouds will increase a bit Wednesday, with a shower or storm in the afternoon and evening, especially in the south. That action increases as showers and storms increase Thursday:

Locally heavy rainfall is possible during this time.

Friday and early Saturday will see just some scattered stuff, but rain and storms become likely later in the weekend and early next week:

The European model:

This happens as our temps continue to run below normal, with a blocking pattern setting up. Check out the upstairs look at the European model through the middle of the month:

Make it a terrific Tuesday and take care.

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