Toasty temps arrive in Kentucky

Good Wednesday, everyone. We are rolling into the middle of the week with toasty temps finally arriving in the region. It’s been a cooler and wetter than normal June, but the numbers are right around normal for the rest of the week and into the weekend.

Even with the change in the temperature department, we won’t be able to totally shake the storm chances. Isolated storms are possible out there today and regional radar will help you find them:

Highs today are in the mid and upper 80s for many, with humidity levels on the increase. Temps for Thursday and Friday will generally range from the upper 80s to around 90. That’s very typical for this time of year.

Scattered showers and storms will go up in the afternoon and evening hours and that’s something we will likely see more of into the weekend.

The focus on your 4th of July week continues to be on a better potential for rounds of storms to return to the region. That’s something I alluded to with my last update and it’s looking a little more like another battle zone takes shape around here. You can see that on the GFS:

The model is starting to increase the rainfall numbers over the next few weeks:

Have a wonderful Wednesday and take care.

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