Good Tuesday to one and all. After wet weather Monday, more in the way of scattered showers and storms continue to push across our region. This stuff might increase later in the week, as another cold front slides in from the northwest.
Highs Tuesday will range from the upper 70s to the low 80s, but the humidity will make it feel pretty soupy. This will also help crank out scattered showers and storms, and I have you all set to do some Tuesday tracking:
The first day of school for Fayette County and several surrounding districts is Wednesday. It’s looking like scattered showers and storms try to crash the day, especially for the ride back home:
A cold front moves in for Thursday and early Friday, with an increase in showers and storms. Locally heavy rains will be a threat during this time.
I’m hopeful that action moves away by the time we kick off high school football on Friday evening. But it might be a close call.
Another system then drops in over the weekend with more in the way of scattered stuff, but temps do take a bit of a tumble.
The current computer models are a bit better in terms of the clouds and rain chance for the Solar Eclipse on Monday:
Here’s hoping that trend continues, but we still have a few more days to go before we have a solid handle on the exact conditions at go time.
Make it a great day and take care.