Good Thursday, folks. It’s another active weather day across central and eastern Kentucky as more showers and storms target the region. These storms will be packing much more of a heavy rain punch and that’s a trend that should carry us through the upcoming weekend.
It’s not going to rain all the time today, but when it does, it’s going to put it down in a hurry. Local high water issues can’t be ruled out, especially across the southern half of the state. Here are your trackers for the day:
Additional rounds of showers and thunderstorms will be common through the weekend and into Monday. These storms will get an influx of tropical action, leading to some hefty rain totals. That will keep the, at least, local high water threat going.
Temps will be held in check during this time, but an honest to goodness trough develops across the eastern half of the country into next week:
That’s a very cool setup around here and for much of the country:
As we look farther down the weather road, the European Weeklies from WeatherBell continue to show a very active and wet pattern through the middle of July. Look at all the above normal precipitation showing up:
That’s a lot of water for a lot of people across the country. A map like that would also ensure true heat will have another tough time getting established this summer. Basically, it’s a continuation of the past several summers.
Happy Thursday and take care.