Eastern Kentucky Weather

Stormy Pattern Continues

By: Shane Smith
By: Shane Smith

Chief Meteorologist Shane Smith has the latest on continued storm chances for the next few days.

Another day, another round of scattered showers and storms.  Are you getting tired of this broken record weather pattern we've been stuck in lately?  Well we do have a brief break coming soon.  Before we get to that, portions of the Big Sandy and Kentucky River Valleys are under a Flash Flood Watch until Late Thursday.  If you live in flood prone areas keep an eye on water levels the next 24 hours or so, as we could see some isolated flash flooding from heavy rain producing storms.

The on and off storm pattern lingers into the end of the week, however storm chances scale back as we go into Friday.  Check out the GFS.

Thursday Afternoon: 

Friday Afternoon:

High pressure should building in for the weekend and bring us some drier weather.  it will still be warm, but not as humid.

Sunday Afternoon:

 

But the showers won't take long to return, chances start scaling up on Monday, but should peak during the middle of next week.

Wednesday Morning:

 

 

 

Until next time take care!

-Shane Smith

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