Good Wednesday, folks. We have another potent storm system targeting the region for the next few days. This system will bring high winds, heavy rain, strong storms and a big temp drop. That temp drop would then stick around a while.
Winds really increase out there today and could reach 40mph or greater by tonight. Temps surge into the 60s ahead of a line of showers and storms racing in from the west. A few of the storms may even be strong across western Kentucky.
One line of showers and storms reaches central Kentucky overnight and early Thursday. Some of those storms may be strong, but should diminish early on. That would allow temps to spike toward 70 or a little better in central and east. As the front moves in from the west, another line of showers and storms will fire during the late afternoon and evening. Once again, some of those storms may become strong or locally severe. Here’s the Thursday Severe Weather Outlook from the Storm Prediction Center:
Watch how all this plays out:
Temps on Friday take a dive as the day wears on, with the chance for late day showers. I can’t even rule out a snowflake in the north or east Friday night.
The pattern beyond that will feature a few systems dropping in on our northwest flow. These should be mainly rain makers, but some winter weather can’t be ruled out…
Here are your tracking tools for the day:
Make it a good one and take care.