The daytime highs have been extremely warm here these last couple of days. Records have been broken two days in a row. Now with the passing of the next cold front we'll see the chilly stuff take another shot at our region. You'll be able to see it right here...
You will be able to watch the temps fall from west to east.
Here you can see where the showers and storms are located.
Here's another way to see what's happening in regards to the severe weather.
I am not overly concerned with severe weather here in eastern KY. I do think there will be some stronger storms that roll through, but as far as the non-stop severe weather outbreak... I'm not too worried about that. I am not saying that we won't see more than 1 or 2 warnings. We actually might not see any. A few are certainly possible!
I will be a little happy once this line passes through and knocks the temps down. It will feel pretty chilly for most everyone here. Look at what the GFS thinks will happen once the cooler air rolls back into KY.
In this case the pink means snow! LOL... This isn't a joke! There really could be a few flakes mixed into the entire mess. Nothing that will stick of course... I'm just pointing it out so that you know how serious this colder air will likely be for our area. Highs on Thursday will be in the mid 60s... Friday will start out in the 30s and only warm up to the 50s. Once Saturday gets here I think we'll be out of the woods. It will start out really chilly, but highs will climb into the low to mid 60s.