Good Monday, folks. We are rolling into a brand spanking new work week with rounds of showers and thunderstorms on the move. These storms are all part of a very active setup bringing more boomers into the Commonwealth over the next week and change.
Let’s begin with today and roll forward. Showers and storms will be scattered across the region, with the greatest concentration across the south and southeast. This is where strong storms and heavy rains may be noted. There’s even the chance for some local high water issues in some areas. Here are your tracking toys for the day:
Tuesday and Wednesday look to be much better weather days as temps stay on the mild side. The next system will bring another big boomer threat in here late Thursday into Thursday night.
That front looks to stall on top of the region into the start of the upcoming weekend. That allows for low pressure to develop along it and move into our part of the world. This could be a big slow-moving system loaded with heavy rain and thunderstorms.
That could bring another high water and strong storm potential to Kentucky and surrounding states. This setup has been hinted at by the Ensembles for a while now, and the operational models are getting into the act. Recent runs of the GFS have been really spitting out some big rain numbers for the next 2 weeks:
Make it a good one and take care.