A weak cold front is stretching out and making itself at home across central Kentucky. The boundary already sparked a morning round of storms. Now more storms are firing out ahead of the front across our southeastern counties. There’s no real atmospheric driver so these cells will be slow-movers and heavy rain makers. Activity will fizzle once the sun goes down, but will return tomorrow.
The front won’t budge much so we are tracking additional thunderstorm development Friday afternoon. Similar story to today – heavy rain and maybe some gusty winds will be possible.
Then get set for a very summery holiday weekend. We are tracking highs near 90° through Labor Day. Saturday will feature an isolated chance for showers and storms, otherwise we are tracking plenty of time to head outside and enjoy the final days of “summer.”