update from the nhc above. Erika will slowly move nw with little to turn Erika out to sea or strong ridging to plow it into the US. this could be a labor day worry for some along the east coast. i could see Erika becoming a cat 1 hurricane in 48-72 hrs strengthening will be slow due to some shear and dry air on the west side of the storm.

for Kentucky I’m not changing a thing for Wednesday and thursday highs around 80 lows near 60 with an isolated shower or two with that old front washed out across the apps and SE US. This is a very stagnate pattern with little movement of the main weather players out there.  high pressures will move west to east over the great lakes the heat ridge will stay in the Rockies and the ring of fire will be week and over the plains for the foreseeable future.  moral of the story is enjoy this long dry and mild stretch.


One Response to “Erika”

  1. mitchg Says:

    I’m seeing the cfs is a very popular item these days on this site i will go through a run day by day for the winter and we’ll add up the snowfall in inches for fun.

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