Good Sunday, everybody. Summer shows no signs of letting up as heat and humidity roll on across our part of the world. This steamy air will continue into the first half of the new week, but changes show up in the form of a cold front.
Let us begin with our Sunday and roll forward. Highs today are in the low 90s for most of central and eastern Kentucky. Humidity levels will make it feel like the upper 90s at times. Skies are mainly dry, but there is a small chance for a shower or storm to go up. Here are your radars just in case:
Scattered showers and storms will be noted on Monday and Tuesday as temps stay in a similar range to today:
A cold front then enters the picture by Wednesday, with several models now slowing this down through Thursday. That would bring us a prolonged chance for showers and storms:
Cooler air comes in behind that for the end of the week into the weekend, but a back and forth temperature pattern is likely to follow that. This should skew warmer than normal, but may also skew wetter than normal. The GFS Ensembles continue to show above average rainfall over the next two weeks. Here are the rainfall departures:
Have a great Sunday and take care.