Good Sunday to one and all. As we wrap up the long 4th of July weekend, we begin to turn our weather focus toward a few thunderstorms. This action will be increasing as we head into the first full week of July.
As always, let’s begin with the precious present before looking ahead. Highs today are back into the upper 80s to around 90, but you will notice a little more humidity into the mix. This will lead to a better chance for a few storms going up across central and eastern Kentucky.
Here are your day after the 4th storm trackers:
Here’s the breakdown for the week ahead:
- It’s a typical summertime setup across the region with highs ranging from the middle 80s to low 90s.
- Humidity levels will be fairly high, making it feel steamy.
- A daily threat for showers and storms will be noted, but this won’t be terribly widespread. Much of the storm action develops during the afternoon and dries up overnight.
- Given the amount of moisture available in the atmosphere, any storm can dump very heavy rains on a local scale.
Have a sensational Sunday and take care.