Good Thursday, folks. Rounds of showers and storms are on the increase today as low pressure works closer to the bluegrass state. This kicks off another busy setup as we get ready to close out the month of April.
Today is NOT going to be a washout and it’s NOT going to rain all the time. As a matter of fact, you will get many dry hours, but rounds of showers and storms will be on the increase. Any storm that goes up can produce some heavy rainfall numbers.
Here are your tracking toys for the day:
Rainy weather is likely across the central and east early Friday, but the action slows down quickly during the afternoon. Cooler winds will then blow through the weekend as another system dives in from the northwest. That may bring a few gusty showers or isolated storms in here late Saturday and Saturday night:
Sunday is a seasonally cool day that may send Sunday night temps into the upper 30s in a few spots.
Warm air quickly takes over next week as readings go back to being above normal. This will also give us a daily shot at a few thunderstorms and we may see that take us through Kentucky Derby Weekend.
The overall setup for the next few weeks still looks wetter than normal for us and for much of the country:
Have a terrific Thursday and take care.