The Fourth of July looked good for most across the Bluegrass but into Sunday we're right back to the unsettled, wet weather we've seen almost all summer long.
More rounds of (slow-moving) showers and thunderstorms will develop across the south through the morning. These showers and storms will slowly push northward into the afternoon. Local high water and potential will be there today as we've tracking 1-3" of rain for most spots.
Most of the energy from this potent boundary of storms will move towards the Atlantic Ocean into Monday. This means a mostly dry start to the work week for most.
The middle of the work week looks very active with the potential for strong/severe storms Wednesday.
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