This Sunday looks to be active, and the severe weather threat remains in place. Though the risk has downgraded from Moderate to Slight, it remains pretty significant for its nature, and you want to make sure you’ll remain weather aware.
Below I’ve outlined the areas at greatest risk for each.
As far as timing goes, I’m really watching this afternoon and evening. A bit of sunshine should begin to appear to the west, and that will aid storms to rapidly develop into an already very unstable atmosphere.
Though some recent data has suggested the overnight hours, I’m really not sure how I feel about those, especially since they didn’t handle these morning storms well.
Nevertheless, today is a great day to remain weather aware, and stay tuned with me and all of those who do weather around here as we work hard to keep you safe, and updated with the latest.
As always, If anything changes, I'll be sure to send out a text ASAP, and if you have any questions or statements, feel free to comment on this post. I will also send updates via Twitter where you can follow me @ChrisReeceWX, and Facebook on the Chris Reece Weather Reports page. As well, the forecast team I lead at Foot's Forecast Central Kentucky, which is operating on SEVERE WEATHER MODE, will have updates. Feel free to like us and receive team coverage during significant weather events. Here's a link to our page. https://www.facebook.com/ffcentralkentucky
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