Good Tuesday to one and all. Rounds of showers and storms are targeting the region again today as our steamy setup continues. This pattern looks to persist into the next few days, but a weekend cold front drops in here and brings a little bit of late weekend relief.
. Highs today range from the middle 80s to low 90s with very high humidity levels. This will fuel more storms to go up and we should see a little better coverage than the past few days. Strong to severe storms are possible on a local scale today. These storms will also have a ton of rain with them that can cause flash flooding.
This is cloudburst season in Kentucky, so be on guard. Here are your storm tracking tools for the day:
This same pattern will be with us for Wednesday into Thursday, so we will be on guard for additional storm issues.
At the same time, we are watching the southeast coast for the possibility of a tropical system taking shape. This could develop and ride up the east coast:
As this storm rides up the east coast into the weekend, a couple of systems move in here behind the departing storm. The first is a strong cold front that could touch off some big storms on Friday, then another system comes in over the weekend:
That is part of a deepening trough that may cut off from the main flow into early next week:
Obviously, this will knock the temps way down. Ain’t life grand? 🙂
Make it a terrific Tuesday and take care.