Good Thursday, everybody. We are back to tracking strong storms and heavy rains across the bluegrass state over the next several days. These boomers may wind up causing more high water issues, something we have seen from time to time this summer.
The showers and storms out there today look to become more likely during the afternoon and evening hours. Some of these storms may produce local wind damage. Here are all the tracking tools you need:
This is in response to a system moving in and slowing down on top of our region. Additional rounds of showers and storms will then carry us through Friday and into Saturday, putting down very heavy rainfall. These rains will likely cause, at least, local high water issues.
Scattered storms will be around on Sunday, but may not be as widespread as the next few days. Showers and storms then increase Monday into Tuesday ahead of a fall cold front:
Heavy rain and a few strong storms are likely during this time. Behind that front comes a taste of early Fall with temps going well below normal:
Highs may hang into the 70s for highs, with lower humidity levels. Overnight lows can make a run at 50 in a few spots.
Have a great Thursday and take care.