Good Sunday, everybody. It’s another day of showers and thunderstorms coming at us in waves. Just like the past several days, it’s not going to rain all the time, but it will put it down in a hurry when it does. This continues our local flash flood threat.
Low pressure is slowly spinning across the Tennessee Valley through early Monday. This will throw rain, heavy at times, at us. Another 1″-3″ of rain is possible during this time, leading to additional high water issues.
Here are your tracking tools for this Sunday:
A cold front moves in on Monday, bringing more in the way of heavy rains across central and eastern Kentucky. That keeps our flash flood threat going through the afternoon and early evening.
MUCH cooler air comes in behind this later in the day and that sets the stage for one heck of a cool period of weather. Lows by Tuesday morning may even drop into the upper 40s across the eastern half of the state. Check out the lows from the GFS:
Tuesday looks great with highs in the low and middle 70s.
An even cooler shot comes in here for the middle and end of the week. This is not a summer looking pattern:
That has more of a cold weather season look to it and is pretty incredible to see this time year. That will bring a few showers and storms in here as the cool kicks in. Highs on Thursday may struggle to get out of the 60s:
Lows by Friday morning may make a run into the upper 40s and low 50s once again:
Temps won’t be as cool beyond this, but there are still no signs true summer heat around these parts.
Have a great day and take care.