The stormy setup is back in the bluegrass

Good Wednesday, folks. As a cold front drops back into the region, rounds of showers and thunderstorms are kicking back in. These boomers will carry us through the rest of the week and into the weekend. As a matter of fact, this action may take us through, at least, a part of next week.

Our front continues to drop in from the north and will become stationary right on top of Kentucky, leading to the clusters of storms. The map from a few days ago is holding up well:

An area of low pressure develops along this front and rolls through the Ohio Valley later this week into the start of the weekend. That will really increase the rain and thunderstorm action:

An area of low pressure develops along this front and rolls through the Ohio Valley later this week into the start of the weekend. That will really increase the rain and thunderstorm action that takes us into early next week:

GFS

This is a setup that can cause several rounds of flash flooding across parts of Kentucky and surrounding states. Keep a close eye on creeks and streams when the storms roll in!

Check out the potent upper level trough moving in:

That leads to significantly cooler temps, just as the pattern has been suggesting for well over a week now. Temps may not get out of the 70s on a few occasions. Check out the below normal temps showing up into next week:

I have you all set to do some Wednesday storm tracking:

Make it a wonderful Wednesday and take care.

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