Wednesday Severe Storms Threat

By: Chris Bailey
By: Chris Bailey

Thunderstorms may pack a punch.

Good Tuesday everyone and thanks for making the blogyour online stop for weather. Thunderstorms are set to increase across the region later tonight and carry us into Wednesday. These storms may pack quite the severe weather punch for many areas.

The action will get started today across western Kentucky and roll eastward tonight and early Wednesday. The dynamics are in place for some of the storms to produce damaging winds, large hail and isolated tornadoes. In addition to the severe storms… high winds may be common on Wednesday into Wednesday night.

The Storm Prediction Center will be watching western parts of the bluegrass state today for the possibility of severe storms. Here’s the latest…

Current Risk

Latest Day 1 convective outlook

Current Watches
Current Watches

Possible Watch Areas
Current MDs

The action will be shifting farther east overnight into Wednesday. That means the severe weather threat zone will be expanding to include most of the region…

This is a potent setup and one that deserves our attention and that’s exactly what we will give it.

Looking farther down the road… our weekend looks very changeable. Friday will be a windy and warm day with the threat for showers and thunderstorms. Much colder air pours in by Saturday and there is a snow threat by Sunday and Monday.

I will drop by for another update or two later today. Have a great Tuesday and take care.

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