Where does the front stall?

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1. Saturday will be sunny with highs from 100-105 degrees. Looking at the impressive ridge and the 850 mb temps, many of us easily top 100. Heat index values will run from 105-110 thus excessive heat warnings and advisories are in effect. Take extra precautions from the heat.

2. Sunday a front moves into the Ohio Valley. Highs will soar into the 90’s before any cap can be busted late in the day with the developmentĀ of scattered storms. instability should increase and with steep lapse rates storms may contain damaging winds and small hail. Storms may also train over the regions leading to heavy rains.

3. This front slowly sags south Monday and Tuesday with the best chances across southern KY. This front may move a little further south for the rest of the week but given this is summer I don’t expect that to happen. Instead the front should wash out across the TN valley and give at least southern portions of the region shower and storm chances through the end of next week. lows will be in the 60’s with highs in the 80’s. A optimistic view on rain next week is that a wave or two of low pressure may ride along the front enhancing rain chances, we’ll see.

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