Rain and a mix continues to work into eastern Kentucky as temps drop into the 30S. The next round of mix and snow slides in late this evening into tonight from the northwest.
The widespread showers and storms arrive on Tuesday. A pretty potent frontal boundary will slip into Kentucky on Tuesday. It has enough energy to spark rounds of strong or even severe thunderstorms. The Storm Prediction Center has highlighted our area under a Slight Risk. That means we'll likely see some stronger storms develop. Most of these will be strong wind producing thunderstorms. Though large hail and an isolated tornado can't be completely removed from the forecast.
We'll begin seeing rounds of showers and storms during the afternoon and evening hours. The evening should be the peak time period to see some of these go severe.
The end result will mean some much cooler air invades Kentucky. That also means we'll likely see some more comfortable air come rolling our way. Oddly, this happens during the first few days of July.
We'll be watching the skies for any severe weather on Tuesday. Have a great one!