We're gearing up for another potential round of scattered strong storms this afternoon and evening. Storms are firing up in central/southern KY now. Threats will be the same as yesterday: strong to damaging winds, heavy rain and frequent lightning. Stay weather aware.
It will be concentrated farther south today, from the Bluegrass into southern counties with a marginal to slight risk for severe storms in place. Friday, more of the same with a stalled front hanging around. Scattered showers and storms, a few strong to severe and mainly later in the day and overnight as that stalled front finally drops south and clears the state. We'll pick up a much needed shot of rain to combat the drought but watch for torrential rain and a localized flash flood threat. The rest of the weekend will trend cooler, less muggy and quiet as high pressure builds in and active weather backs off.