Good Monday to one and all. Some dry weather is with us to start the week, but another storm system will roll our way by Wednesday, bringing another threat for heavy rain and high water.
Highs out there today are in the 50s with a mix of sun and clouds. Those clouds will thicken as we head into Tuesday, as southwesterly winds boost temps toward the lower 60s.
Showers and some thunderstorms roll in here by Wednesday morning as a deep low pressure works toward the Ohio Valley. This brings rounds of rain and thunder through Wednesday night and early Thursday, with colder air coming in behind this system:
Notice how that storm really deepens across the region, before bombing out along the east coast. That’s a big wind maker around here, with crashing temps behind it. Flurries, too?
The main threat from this will come from the heavy rains. The European is targeting much of the state for a 1″-2″ rainfall, with higher amounts in the south and southeast…
That would bring a renewed flood and flash flood threat to the bluegrass state.
Temps should rebound behind that departing system. but the blocky looking pattern tries to throw some winter weather our way next week:
Make it a great Monday and take care.