It may be early November but we’re tracking a severe storm threat as we transition from warmer to cooler air this week. We’re at the northern extent of a deep south/Tennessee valley round of severe storms expected to barrel through the Commonwealth Monday night into early Tuesday morning. Squall line induced straight line winds will be our primary threat with heavy rain likely. Isolated tornadoes are possible. The highest threat is over southern counties closer to the Tennessee border.
Much of your Monday will be mostly cloudy and quiet with highs in the 60s and a gusty southerly wind. Expect an elevated LEX 18 Severe Threat Index late this evening & overnight.