Very slow moving showers and thunderstorms will move into our area overnight and Sunday. The potential for flooding will be heightened in southern and eastern Kentucky.
If you enjoyed yesterday then you will enjoy today as well. A carbon copy of each other in which highs today will be in the upper 70s to lower 80s under mostly cloudy skies. There will be an isolated chance at a shower or two, but most remain dry with gusty winds out of the southwest at 15-25 mph. This will be the same story, but different day going into Wednesday as winds out of the south crank up pumping a couple degrees higher than what we will be experiencing today. Slight chance of showers will be possible during the afternoon. These two days will leave us in the 15°-20° range above average for this time a year.
A cold front blows through here on Thursday. This will be a squall line type setup that will bring strong storms and possibly a few severe. The main threats with this setup will be damaging winds. This line will move out overnight and into Friday morning.
Once we see the front move east we will be left with much cooler conditions with highs in the 50s both Friday and Saturday. The weekend appears to feature plenty of sunshine with a nice warmup on Sunday.
Meteorologist Micah Harris