Good Saturday and Happy 4th of July! Our Independence Day is featuring typical July temps and the smallest risk for a shower or storm. As we head into Sunday and beyond, there’s a much better shot at a few storms going up.
Highs today are in the upper 80s to low 90s for much of our region. A little more humidity will be in the air, I can’t rule out a stray shower or storm going up. Most areas look to remain dry, but here are your radars to help ya out:
The threat for scattered storms will increase Sunday and then increase even more by early next week. This action is more prominent during the afternoon and evening hours. This action may continue into much of next week. The GFS continues to be the most enthusiastic:
The Canadian isn’t too far behind:
Even the EURO is getting on board:
It’s cloudburst season in Kentucky, so we will have to watch any thunderstorm that blows up. With the increase in thunderstorm action, temps will likely come down from where we are this weekend.
Have a happy and safe 4th and take care.