The extreme heat will be leaving us but don’t expect temperatures to fall all that much. The cool front will park its self right over the Bluegrass Region keeping temperatures in the upper 80s to near 90 and triggering scattered showers and thunderstorms. The front will hang around though much of the week keeping our weather rather active.
Relief from some of the heat is in sight as a weak cold front settles in over the Bluegrass Region on Monday. It will be responsible for showers and thunderstorms but it will also stall out over Central Kentucky keeping us in the risk of precipitation through midweek. Temperatures will drop a little but we’ll still be slightly above normal.
You can expect another hot day with temperatures in the low to mid 90s. Some relief will arrive on Monday in the form of a cold front. Unfortunately, the main focus of relief will be showers and thunderstorms as temperatures will remain slightly above normal. As the front stalls out over Central Kentucky, showers and thunderstorms will be developing right along it keeping us wet into midweek.
You can expect another day of unseasonably hot temperatures before a cool front moves in on Monday. The front will have a hard time exiting the state. Because of the close proximity of the front to Central Kentucky, showers and thunderstorms will from time to time develop along it keeping us rather wet through midweek.