Toasty Temperatures Today and Storms on Thursday

Good morning, Kentucky! Get ready for some toasty temperatures today and storms on Thursday. I’ve got all the details below!

Hot Tuesday

Temperatures will reach the mid-80s today with calm winds out of the south.

Today will feel like a day at the beach. (Giphy)

Rain will hold off and we’ll drop to the low-60s overnight before heating back up again tomorrow. Overall, today will be beautiful with some rather warm temperatures!

Similar Wednesday

Tomorrow will be similar to today with temperatures making a run for the mid-80s once again.

Get ready for another sweaty day. (Giphy)

The winds will pick up a little bit and remain around 10-15 mph throughout the day. We do have a chance of showers but it should hold off until after midnight. The overnight low will drop to low-60s.

Stormy Thursday

Thursday will be the outlier of the week. We can expect rainfall, thunderstorms, an increase in winds. Our temperature will reach the upper-70s with fairly strong winds out of the southwest. Wind speeds will remain around 10-15 mph throughout the day with 20-30 mph gusts during the morning and early afternoon.

The rain will continue from overnight and could potentially last the duration of the day.

Showers and storms will move in early Thursday morning and continue throughout the day with the potential for some of them to be severe. (COD)

Some of these storms have the potential to be strong, which has been indicated by our area being put under a marginal risk for severe weather (1/5) by the SPC.

The SPC Day 3 Outlook has our area within a marginal risk of severe weather (1/5). (SPC)

WKU Graduation Weekend Outlook

More showers will continue into Friday morning but should clear out by the afternoon and in time for any evening activities. Saturday should be clear of rain and both days will accompanied by very enjoyable temperatures hanging back in the low-70s.

That concludes today’s post! Thanks for joining us and make sure to follow wxornotBG on Facebook and Twitter for live updates regarding the storms later this week. Have a great day!