Good Thursday to one and all. Warm air is pushing into the region and this is setting the stage for a stretch of May weather. These warm temps will be accompanied by a few showers and thunderstorms, with the first action rolling in tonight.
Highs on this Thursday will top out in the upper 60s and low 70s with a mix of sun and clouds. Scattered storms develop across western Kentucky, but this may hold off until later this evening. Here are your radars for the day:
The best threat for a few showers and storms comes tonight into Friday morning. That action moves away in the afternoon and evening, with temps close to 70 again.
Saturday continues to look amazing with highs deep into the 70s with a partly sunny sky. As of now, the day looks mainly dry.
Our next system will throw scattered showers and storms at us on Sunday as temps look to be similar to what we have for Saturday. Some of the storms later Sunday into Monday could be strong:
The setup behind this looks very active as spring air collides with colder air trying to move into the northern parts of the country. This means an active storm track that can put down a lot of rain and bring some big thunderstorms our way:
Enjoy your Thursday and take care.