cooler pattern in sight

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1. No real changes for Monday/Tuesday. The boundary moves north with the chance of northern regions impacted by another morning MCS. Otherwise the heat ridge with hot and mostly sunny skies will dominate through Tuesday with lows near 70 and highs in the lower 90’s.

2. A stronger frontal boundary will move through Wednesday with more thunderstorms likely. shear and instability are both moderate in a warm moist airmass so the severe threat will be watched. highs will only be in the 80’s.

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2 Responses to “cooler pattern in sight”

  1. mitch Says:

    a few concerns this morning

    1. orentiation of MCS has led to training showers and storms across eastern KY which may result in flash flooding
    2. upstream storms over indy heading further southeast into region that is highly sheared and unstable. I expect this cluster to become severe again this afternoon across northern KY.

  2. mitch Says:

    forecast update: showers and storms likely this afternoon west of I-75.

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