Good Monday, everyone. One cold front is moving to our east, with additional fronts on the way later this week into the weekend. That means an active week of weather, with rounds of showers and storms developing.
Leftover showers will be around early today across eastern Kentucky, as cooler winds blow. Highs will generally range from 65-70 for most of central and eastern Kentucky.
Track the leftover action:
Tuesday turns much milder with temps making a run at 80. Humidity levels will also start to spike as we track another front our way by late Wednesday into early Thursday. This may produce strong to severe storms in our region:
That front may become more west to east across the region later Thursday and Friday, allowing for waves of thunderstorms to push through:
Those storms will have a healthy temperature gradient to work with. The GFS is pushing the 80s through the Ohio Valley with 40s to the north of that. At the same time, it has 100 degree temps from Texas into western Kansas:
That gradient should eventually crank a big storm system across the plains that would roll our way:
Make it a great Monday and take care.