Good Friday, everyone. We have cold front slowing down on top of the region today and this will help set the stage for a bigger system for the weekend. That one may bring a lot of rain and strong storms to our part of the world.
Today’s front is touching off scattered showers and storms this morning, but this all clears out during the afternoon from west to east. Here are your radars to track it all:
Temperatures rebound into the upper 60s to low 70s.
A potent storm system develops across Texas later tonight into Saturday and will roll toward the Ohio Valley over the weekend. A few showers and storms may stream in here on Saturday, with the bulk of the action coming Saturday night into Sunday. Heavy rain and strong storms are possible during this time. Here’s the Sunday Severe Weather Outlook from the SPC…
The western half of the state will see the heaviest rain from this mess, with the possibility of local high water issues developing.
Cooler air moves in for Monday, but temps rebound VERY quickly by Tuesday and Wednesday. Southwest winds kick in ahead of the next major storm system to impact our region. This could bring another round of heavy rain and strong storms with colder air to follow…
A lot of rain is going to fall across Kentucky over the next week.
Have a happy Friday and take care.