Rounds of showers and storms continue to develop. Some of these could be strong and put down very heavy rainfall. Watch for local high water issues.
Our string of warm, humid and stormy days has come to a end here in central and eastern Kentucky. That nasty stuff has been replaced by a gorgeous brand of air blowing across the region today. This nice stuff looks to be our primary weather provider for the rest of the week.
Temps tonight will hit the low and mid 50s with patchy fog. Wednesday will feature more of the same with highs in the upper 70s for highs with low humidity levels and partly sunny skies. All of this is because of a big dip in the jet stream across the eastern part of the country. That has kicked the hot air back into the western half of the country.
We will see another cold front making a run at us by Thursday night into early Friday. That front may have just enough juice to spark isolated showers and storms. That boundary will help reinforce the cooler than normal air.