Good Saturday, everyone. Our cold front is now to our south and that’s giving us some awesome weather to kick off the weekend. Unfortunately, that awesome isn’t going to last very long as the threat for storms returns later Sunday. This will be ahead of another front due in town early next week.
Let’s start with what’s going out there today. A mix of sun and clouds will be noted as temps stay in the upper 70s for most. Humidity levels are way down, making for a beautiful early fall feeling day. There’s still a small threat for an isolated shower or storm across the far southeast. Here’s your regional radar to see close that gets:
Showers and storms will return rather quickly on Sunday as moisture returns from the southwest, with the greatest concentration across western and central Kentucky. Check out the various rainfall forecasts through Sunday night:
From there, showers and storms will continue to come in waves on Monday as a cold front pushes into the Mississippi Valley and pulls up more moisture from the south:
That front then moves in here on Tuesday, bringing more showers and storms with it:
Temps will be held way down during this time and will get a little cooler behind the front from Wednesday through Friday. Temps may be about where we are today as we get ready to close the books on August.
Another front looks to arrive sometime over the Labor Day weekend. but the tropics may have something to say about all that.
Have a happy Saturday and take care.