Good Monday to one and all. It’s back to school week for many kiddos across Central and Eastern Kentucky, and everyone is hoping for good weather. Unfortunately, scattered storms are back in the Bluegrass State. Shocked? Didn’t think so.
Scattered is the name of the weather game out there Monday, with a lot of the action just floating about the region. Nothing appears to be too widespread, but some locally heavy downpours are possible in some areas.
Here are your Monday radars:
Tuesday will find isolated storms hanging tough, with highs in the 80- to 85-degree range for many of us.
Back-to-school Wednesday for Fayette County and other school districts looks to feature another round or two of storms in the region:
That action looks to ramp up Thursday and continue into, at least, early Friday:
As of now, a lot of the showers and storms might be just to our east by the time we kick off the high school football season Friday.
From there, our attention turns toward the big solar eclipse day on Monday. With systems diving in from the northwest, it’s all about timing. Will one of these systems crash our eclipse-viewing parties with clouds and rain? The GFS says… Yes:
Again, that’s a week away, so don’t get caught up on any one forecast model. I will keep update the eclipse weather forecast through the week.
Make it a great Monday and take care.