It's been a hot weekend so far, and many have been rain-free, but scattered showers have moved in over southern KY. Tomorrow will bring much of the same type of weather. Hot weather is a given, but a slightly better chance to see thundershowers returns tomorrow afternoon and evening as a high pressure slides a bit further east. Though our weather pattern stays on the calmer side, things are really heating up in the tropics.
We have our first hurricane of the Atlantic basin which is Hanna. Hanna became a Cat 1 hurricane Saturday morning and is moving with some impressive structure and heavy rain onto the eastern coast of southern Texas. As it slides over land, it will begin to lose strength and moisture and fall back to tropical storm status tomorrow. Remnants of Gonzalo are near South America and hurricane Douglas is making a bee line toward Hawaii in the Pacific. We won't see any rain from any of these tropical systems, but we have a better shot at rain coming next week.