Storms start to show up

Good Thursday, everybody. We are one week away from the 4th of July and our temperature pattern is finally starting to feel it. Unfortunately, we just can’t shake the thunderstorms as a few show back up today. This is likely a sign of things to come as we head closer to the big day.

Highs on our Thursday will generally range from the mid to upper 80s across much of central and eastern Kentucky. High humidity levels will make it fee a few degrees warmer than that. That same increase in humidity should also allow for some thunderstorms to develop. I will have your tracking tools in a bit.

The forecast through the rest of the week and into the weekend looks very similar to what we have going on out there today. Scattered boomers and steamy temps will rule the weather world during this time.

The pattern for the big 4th of July week continues to look like one that can produce rounds of showers and storms dropping in from the west and northwest:

The models are now coming around to this idea:

Obviously, that’s not a very good look as we head into one of the biggest holidays of the entire year.

Behind that setup, the Ensembles continue to advertise cooler air taking control once again:

Here are your tracking toys for today:

Current watches
Current Watches

Possible watch areas
Current MDs

Have a terrific Thursday and take care.

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