Sorry... I had to take a few days off from updating this so that I could try to enjoy all of the nice things Mother Nature had cooked up for us. I am sure you guys agree with that statement!
These nice temps continue for a couple more days. Tuesday looks a little wet though. This is when we start our transition back into more seasonable temperatures. There will be two waves of moisture that will occupy the LIVE PinPoint Doppler this week. The first is the one I mentioned for Tuesday. We'll have some showers and maybe even some thunderstorms move through the region. This, for the most part, will provide some general rainfall for the area.
On Wednesday, we will all begin to notice an increase in wind speeds and the coverage of showers & storms will become a little more widespread. Non-storm related winds could gust up to 50mph from time-to-time. Just regular sustained winds will be around 20-30mph. Then we have to factor in the old classic transition from warm to cold. This doesn't always produce severe weather and it isn't the only reason this happen. There are many other details that determine whether or not we'll see significant weather like that. As the colder air or the cold front moves into Kentucky... it could try to develop a squall line of thunderstorms that will roll right through Kentucky. So the action could get pretty intense around the mountains.
So far... the Storm Prediciton Center has the folks of Kentucky under a Slight Risk category for severe weather.
After this front passes us by we'll see temps go from the 60s for highs back down into the 40s. Swing baby swing!
I'll have more on Tuesday!
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