Wednesday, August 7, 2013

Stormy Rest of the Week


An active pattern on tap for the second half of this week. A front will march closer to us for the next day, which will increase our chances for precipitation tomorrow. Cloud cover will keep temperatures into the low to mid 80s as this front approaches. Friday will be marked with an even better chance of precipitation as sufficent moisture enters Kentucky. Heavy rain looks to be likely with amounts up to an inch and a half from Thursday through Saturday. Current thinking suggests rain will be pushing out Saturday afternoon as the cold front drapes through Kentucky.

HPC Forecast for precipitation from Thursday through Saturday. Current thinking is they are overdoing the amounts. An inch and a half is safe to say. 


Thursday:  High 83  Low 75 Fog cannot be ruled out for the commute tomorrow morning. Scattered rain and a thunderstorm could pop up early morning into late afternoon.  Mostly cloudy skies. Chance of precip 50%

Friday:  High 85 Low 75 Better chance for showers and thunderstorms throughout the day. Precipitation will become more widespread in the afternoon hours.  Mostly cloudy skies. Chance of precip 60%

Saturday:  High 83 Low 68  The cold front will be making its way through Saturday afternoon with precipitation dissipating throughout the afternoon into the evening. Clouds clearing into the evening. Chance of precip 60%

Forecaster: Brian Urbancic

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