Good morning!

We are under a level 1 risk for isolated strong to severe storms this afternoon, evening and through the early overnight hours.

We’ll have two rounds of rain today.
The first comes through late this morning, but no severe weather threat expected with the first round.

Round number two comes through as the low pressure moves into Kentucky. This second round is the one that could produce strong to severe storms. Isolated large hail is the main threat, but strong wind, locally heavy rain and cannot rule out an isolated tornado, but it’s on the low end.
Below are the Storm Prediction Center’s Outlook for those severe weather threats.

Once the severe weather threat moves out early Wednesday morning, we will see the wind shift to the west-northwest. This will bring us some spotty afternoon instilibity showers through the day. No severe weather threat on Wednesday.

Thursday we will dry out and warm back up. But, there is another upper level low pressure that will move through as we round out the workweek. This will slowly slide through this weekend. Saturday is trending overcast with posible showers, but Sunday is trnding on the drier side.

Here’s more with the 7 Day Forecast
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A look ahead!

The Weather Prediction Center sends out maps for long range temperatures and precipitation.
Here’s what the thinking is.

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