Our focus now turns to the potential of record lows tonight. Many areas may wake up to thermometer readings below zero.
Most of the storms moving through the area will pass by well under severe weather levels. However, some will likely produce strong winds, loads of lightning and heavy downpours. Those winds will fall well below warning criteria. Most of these will hover around 40-50mph.
The severe threat is all but gone from our area. An isolated severe storms can't be ruled out. But most of us will only see a strong storm or two.
The reason we are seeing the storm chances is because of the aforementioned frontal boundary. It never makes it through Kentucky on Tuesday. That means it is back again for Wednesday. Folks in far Eastern Kentucky will find themselves under a Slight Risk of severe weather again on Wednesday.
The front that triggers all of these storms will eventually bring a much needed change to Kentucky. It has some very unseasonably cool air situated behind it. Highs will drop into the upper 70s by Thursday and probably again on Friday. You throw in the low humidity and you have your self a fantastic 4th of July Holiday Weekend.
As always... we will be right here to keep you up-to-date!