Feb 19, 2014 10:14 PM by Chief Meteorologist Bill Meck
The slight risk for severe storms continues for Thursday, especially late in the day and the evening.
Before that happens we'll see a warm front enter Kentucky from the south bringing with it a chance for garden variety rain and thundershowers late tonight and early Thursday.
We'll see a lull midday tomorrow with a strong southwest wind gusting to 30 or 40 mph and a wind advisory is in effect.
By late in the day a squall line will form in western Kentucky and race eastward arriving for most of us during the evening. Damaging wind gusts are the most likely severe threat and we'll continue to track that. We're under the 'slight' risk for severe weather with winds that can gust to almost 60 mph. The 'enhanced' area is where the storms could be stronger with gusts over hurricane force and a slightly higher tornado threat.
By the way, Thursday's highs will be well into the 60's.