The more things change, the more they stay the same. That seems to be the theme. Welcome to your Tuesday night forecast for September 25, 2012.
TONIGHT: Showers and storms will become more widespread. It doesn’t appear like our chances of severe weather are high. That said I think that we will hear rumbles of thunder. Of course if things change I’ll be on Facebook and Twitter to let you know. Lows will be around 60.
WEDNESDAY-FRIDAY: The aforementioned front drops through on Wednesday, but hangs up just south of here Thursday. This means three things:
- There will be a chance of rain all the way through this timeframe.
- On Wednesday, with good dynamics, there IS the chance of severe weather.
- Everything from there, depends on where the front stalls out – which means we need to watch out on Thursday and Friday as well for a severe weather potential – especially across NKY south of the metro (we’re talking Carroll, Gallatin, Owen, Grant, Pendleton, Robertson, Mason, Bracken and Lewis Counties).
It doesn’t appear that this front will have much if any impact on temperatures…we’ll end up in the 70′s through the period with lows in the 50′s and maybe low 60′s, effectively around or just above normal.
THE WEEKEND: I’m not sure what the NWS sees that indicates a dry weekend. I’m concerned that the front may still be stuck in Kentucky somewhere, close enough to influence things. I’m leaving rain in the forecast over the weekend for at least another day or two. I still think temperatures are in the lower 70′s where rain doesn’t fall. Lows may end up in the upper 40′s and low 50′s.
MONDAY/TUESDAY: I do think this front finally gets out of here Monday and Tuesday as another system moves in from the NW. Right now, the moisture won’t really be there, so I’ll keep things dry, just cool.
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NEXT DISCUSSION: I should be back tomorrow morning with an update, unless warranted sooner. Until then, take care!