Good Wednesday to one and all. We continue to track waves of showers and thunderstorms across the bluegrass state. Some of these storms later today into tonight could become severe and produce more flooding rains.
Scattered boomers develop though early this afternoon, with the main action arriving by evening from the west. That’s where strong to severe storms develop and work toward the east. The Severe Weather Outlook from the SPC has much of the region in the risk area:
Thursday will feature more rounds of heavy rain producing showers and thunderstorms that will likely cause more high water issues.
A small break in the action shows up on Friday, but clusters of strong thunderstorms will quickly fire back up and dive in here from the northwest. The first may arrive Friday night and early Saturday:
That would introduce another flood and flash flood threat this weekend into early next week.
The new European weeklies from WeatherBell takes us through August first and continues to show MUCH above normal rainfall around here and for much of the country:
This wet pattern continues to be absolutely amazing in terms of longevity and overall strength.
Here are your tracking toys for the day:
Make it a great day and take care.