A break from the rain

These last few days have featured scattered showers and thunderstorms all across Kentucky. Now it's time for a brief change.

The final round of scattered showers happened on Thursday afternoon/evening. A front is dropping through Kentucky taking with it rain chances, humidity, and some of the heat. Sure, temperatures are gonna stay pretty warm on Friday, but they will feel less oppressive.

Essentially whats going to happen here is all the muck and nastiness we've felt this week will be lurking down into parts of Tennessee. So it's not gonna be that far away from the folks here in Kentucky. The relief will not last long. A warm front will begin to sweep across Kentucky on Saturday, meaning everything I said would leave will return. The only catch is that the shower possibilities will likely remain very isolated. By the end of the weekend, it will feel pretty similar to what we've experienced this week. Not quite as bad, but close.


Here's the set-up.

Loop of the short range forecasts

To watch the temperatures drop and just keep up with daily temperatures, watch this temperature map below.

And if there are any isolated showers that develop this weekend, you will also be able to find them below.

C-Ya Bye

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