Good Sunday, everyone. 2018 has been a very wet year and that shows little sign of letting up this summer. Rounds of showers and storms have been common, with more storms rumbling across Kentucky in the week ahead.
The storms out there today will be more concentrated across the southern half of the state. This is also the area with a low-end risk for strong or locally severe storms:
As we head into Monday, a northwest to southeast oriented boundary will be stalled across Kentucky. That boundary may stick around in similar fashion through, at least, the first half of the week. The end results will be rounds of showers and storms rolling in:
This is another torrential rain producing setup around here and could cause additional high water concerns. From the “broken record” files, some of the storms may strong or locally severe. Here’s the Monday Severe Weather Outlook from the SPC:
Temps will be very steamy for the week ahead with 90+ showing up in the west early on, with that 90 degree line heading east by the end of the week into the big weekend. Still, storms will try to crash back in and that may carry us right on into 4th of July week.
Let’s bring it back to today and do some storm tracking:
Have a great day and take care.