Adam Burniston Forecasts | Extra energetic climate begins subsequent week

LEXINGTON, Ky. (WKYT) – Whereas we’ve got a couple of scattered showers for Sunday, a extra action-packed week is brewing for subsequent week with the opportunity of heavy to extreme storms.

Dry situations will proceed tonight and tonight for a lot of the Commonwealth. Some showers will nonetheless be attainable in southern Kentucky, however typically they are going to be comparatively remoted and scattered. Temperatures tonight might be slightly chilly as we descend into the 40s and finally even into the 30s in a single day. Winds will stay gentle to reasonable, additionally including a contact of wind chill.

Morning temperatures might be within the 30s on Sunday for a lot of the area, with 40 in southern and western Kentucky. Dry situations will begin the day, however because the afternoon and night method, a heat entrance is build up in our space and will set off a couple of scattered showers. Whereas we haven’t any wash situations, you may need to hold some rain gear readily available simply in case. Sunday afternoon highs are solely anticipated to hit the higher 40 and decrease 50.

As we method the subsequent work week, we can have two techniques that we’re monitoring. Monday will convey the primary system with widespread showers and some thunderstorms. This early-week system might result in heavy rains in some areas, however the principle risk would solely be localized flooding issues. We are going to dry out barely on Tuesday and early Wednesday earlier than our second system arrives. At that time, the fashions modified the timing of this second wave in order that extra adjustments might happen, however for now, it appears like it should occur by Wednesday night time and thru Thursday. This second system seems to have the potential to convey widespread thunderstorms to our space and even a extreme, widespread risk that runs from southern Ohio and the deep south, so we might be included in that.

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