Good Thursday to one and all. Rounds of boomers are rolling across the region for the next few days and some of the storms may be strong or severe. This is taking us up to Kentucky Derby Day which is looking a little soggy as of now.
Today’s storms will be more prominent in the afternoon and evening and some could be severe. Here’s the Severe Weather Outlook from the Storm Prediction Center:
Damaging winds and large hail are the primary players with any severe storm going up. Heavy rainfall may cause quick rises on area creeks and streams, too. It’s not going to be constant rain today and temps can reach 80 outside of the storms.
Here are your tracking tools for the day:
Additional rounds of showers and storms will be with us into Kentucky Oaks Day Friday. Once again, it’s not going to be all day rains and some strong storms could fire up.
Derby Day is taking on more of a wet look as low pressure works in from the southwest. Many of the models are hinting at more of a widespread rain event. Here’s how the European Model sees it:
Temps may not get out of the low and middle 60s for some.
Rainfall numbers through Saturday night are up there with a general 1″-2″ of rain showing up, with locally higher amounts:
After a break in the storms for Sunday into parts of Monday, the stormy pattern looks to kick back in.
Make it a great day and take care.