Good Monday, folks. It’s shaping up to be another active week of weather for central and eastern Kentucky, with additional rounds of showers and storms rumbling through, especially for the second half of the week.
With the upper level low continuing to spin to our east, a scattered shower or storm is possible out there today. This action won’t be terribly widespread, with many areas not seeing a whole lot of action. Whatever is out there will show up right here:
Many kids are already back in the classroom, with Fayette County and surrounding counties starting the new year this week. That first day of Class on Wednesday may feature a bit of an increase in showers and storms. Those storms then continue through Thursday and Friday, bringing the heavy rain threat back to town:
Once again, the atmosphere looks primed to deliver some decent rains to our region. Additional high water issues will be possible. Once that system moves east… The assembly line throws the next one into the region for the weekend into early next week:
That one is being pushed by a very healthy trough digging into the central and eastern parts of the country. This could bring temps that go well below normal:
Have a great Monday and take care.