Good Thursday to one and all. We continue to track a very active setup that’s bringing rounds of showers and storms our way. This is ahead of a cold front that will then usher in a taste of winter weather over the next few days.
Flooding continues to be the main focus of the day across Kentucky. Many areas have picked up a few inches of rain and another 1″-2″ may fall through tonight. Here’s the latest Flood Watch:
As our cold front moves in this evening, a few strong or severe storms will be possible. The best chance is across the western half of the state. Here’s the latest from the Storm Prediction Center:
Highs today may set records across central and eastern Kentucky as readings head toward 70.
Temps tank Thursday night as the front blows in, as the 20s show by Friday morning. An area of light snow will show up for a short time.
After a seasonally cold Friday and Saturday, the active pattern cranks back up with a series of systems rolling across the region through next week. These systems continue to take on more of a winter look to them, with the usual model flips and flops:
Here are your tracking tools to get you through this busy Thursday of weather:
Have a good one and take care.