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The Start of Fall Lives Up to It’s Name

Posted at 6:36 AM, Sep 22, 2018
and last updated 2018-09-22 06:36:07-04

Watch out! Fall is coming in hot. Well, not’s coming in quite “fall-like.” The strong to severe storms yesterday were the indication of a sagging cold front which will do its job. Cooler air will work in through the day, but we’re not getting the beautiful sunshine one should expect. In fact, clouds hang around as the front stalls and rain showers will be present as well. Most rain will fall in the southern counties through the day. Anyone who lives south of Interstate 64 will have a better chance for rain. Storms should be minimal, due to the lack of meaningful heating. Sill, a few could fire off.

Today will bring a very stark reminder that cooler temperatures are here. Temperatures will struggle to make it to 70 this weekend! Cloudy, fall-like, and rainy. Perfect “pumpkin spice” weather if you ask me. We are tracking a good deal of rain through the middle of next week. Collectively (as a state) we could get between 2 and 5 inches of rainfall. Localized amounts could be higher, especially in Western Kentucky. Prepare for localized flooding with small streams, creeks, and poor drainage areas especially into the work week.