Another active week ahead

Good Sunday, folks. We have a very busy week ahead taking shape, especially for the middle and end of the week. That’s when more rounds of showers and thunderstorms crash back in.

Let’s begin with our Sunday. Skies slowly clean up with a mostly cloudy sky taking control. Temps are still a little cool, but we should make a run at 50 degrees.

Mainly dry weather continues for Monday and Tuesday as temps head toward 60. Enjoy the dry time, because it changes in a hurry by Wednesday.

That’s when the next round of rain and thunderstorm action looks to blow back into the bluegrass state:

Strong storms and local high water issues will be possible.

A major plains storm system then evolved behind this by the end of the week. Warm and unstable air floods in here and we could see temps hit the 70s. As that system moves into the Great Lakes, we may find ourselves dealing with more strong to severe storms:

This continues to be the overall wetter than normal trend we’ve been talking about for a while. The GFS Ensembles two week rainfall anomalies show this well:

Buckle up for a wild spring, folks.

Have a sensational Sunday and take care.

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