LEXINGTON, Ky. (WKYT) – It’s a First Alert Severe Weather Day right here throughout the Commonwealth as sturdy storms are anticipated to maneuver in tonight and into Monday morning.
We begin out the day on the gentle aspect within the mid-60s with cloudy skies and some sprinkles potential. Most of the morning and afternoon will keep dry, nonetheless cloudy circumstances will probably be persevering with with some areas seeing a break later at present. Highs by the afternoon/night will attain up into the mid-70s, which is almost 15 levels above our common for this time of 12 months. By Sunday evening rain and storm possibilities will enhance as a entrance strikes via Indiana and to the southeast.
As these storms transfer via in a single day Sunday into Monday morning, that is once we will see the best threat for extreme climate. This will embody heavy showers, frequent lightning, sturdy/damaging winds, in addition to a decrease finish twister risk for parts of north central Kentucky. Storms will proceed all through the early morning hours and exit out to the southeast by the afternoon. Scattered showers will nonetheless stay round nonetheless all through the day with highs solely within the mid to higher 60s.
Heading all through the primary half of the work week rain possibilities will proceed on Tuesday and turn into extra remoted on Wednesday. Cooler circumstances may also be within the forecast. Tuesday will convey highs within the decrease 50s after which by afterward within the week highs will solely attain into the higher 40s. A number of mornings this week might see freezing circumstances.