Good Friday, folks. It’s another absolutely awesome temperature day across central and eastern Kentucky. While things are mainly dry, we will need to watch the northwestern sky for a late day shower or storm. This is a trend that will carry us through the upcoming weekend.
Lows this morning are in the low and middle 50s with afternoon readings around 80. That’s pretty darn nice for this time of year.
Clouds will increase during the afternoon with scattered showers and storms making a run at us from the northwest. A few of these may impact high school football action:
Here are your radars to track the weakening showers and storms:
Scattered showers and storms may impact more people on Saturday as humidity levels really take off:
Temperatures steam it up from Sunday through next week are VERY steamy with daytime highs in the upper 80s, with a local 90 possible. The humidity is off the charts, leading to rounds of showers and storms going back up Monday and Tuesday.
Tropical moisture streams in from the Gulf of Mexico as a front approaches from the northwest by the end of the week. That combination could spell some big rain producing showers and storms. The European Model is showing some nice storm coverage:
We will once again need to be on guard for some local high water issues with that type of a setup. All models are showing this, with a few even trying to spin something up in the tropics over Labor Day Weekend:
Have a great Friday and take care.