Good Thursday, everyone. We have been dealing with a September feeling pattern for several days now and we have a few more left in the tank. Once into the weekend, more typical summertime temps roll back into central and eastern Kentucky.
Let’s start with what’s shaking out there today. Highs are back into the upper 70s to low 80s with fairly low humidity. A mix of sun and clouds will be noted and there’s a chance for a scattered shower or storm going up. The best chance is across the east and southeast, but some of that action may inch into central parts of the state.
Here are your tracking toys for the day:
The numbers continue into the normal category next week as the threat for showers and storms begins to increase. That said, there’s a growing signal for a bit of a cutoff system trying to hang around here for the middle and end of next week:
This whole scenario would lead to an increase in showers and storms:
The GFS Ensembles have been hinting at this for the past several days and continue to show a ridge going by well to our north with a trough through the south:
That same model does keep temps in good shape around here as we roll into the second half of the month:
Make it a good day and take care.