Good Thursday, folks. We have a cold front dropping into the bluegrass state today. This front is increasing the amount of showers and storms we see, but will also decrease our temperatures in a big way.
This isn’t going to be an all day rain, but rounds of showers and storms will roll through here. A few of the storms may even pack hail and high winds. The Storm Prediction Center even has us in a low-end risk for severe storms:
Here is the Thursday edition of your storm trackers:
The cold front slowly presses to the south on Friday, keeping scattered showers and storms going. The best chance is along and south of Interstate 64. Cooler air is right behind the front and this looks delightful as we kick off the weekend. This front is going to try and push a little farther south for Saturday, giving us mainly dry weather and awesome temps. Highs may not get out of the 70s for some. Overnight lows this weekend should reach deep into the 50s:
Temps rebound quickly by Sunday afternoon as a few showers and storms begin to stream back in from the southwest. That action increases Monday and Tuesday ahead of a sharp cold front:
Temps drop quickly behind that front, but another front quickly follows that up by the end of the week:
This front could unleash a very cool air mass for Labor Day Weekend:
That would be absolutely incredible!!
Have a terrific Thursday and take care.