MUGGY MAY WEEKEND
Temperatures are warm this morning in the 60s. It is going to be a warm and humid weekend before storms move into the Ozarks late Sunday and Sunday night.
Today we will see partly to mostly cloudy skies with highs in the low to mid 80s. Tomorrow will be warmer in the mid to upper 80s. Dew points should remain in the 60s all weekend so the air will feel muggy.
COLD FRONT WITH SEVERE STORMS
A cold front is going to slowly work eastward across the Plains this weekend. Ahead of it abundant moisture and instability will be in place, setting the stage for severe thunderstorms. Severe weather is likely to develop late Sunday in eastern Kansas and Oklahoma. Large hail, damaging wind and tornadoes are possible west of the Ozarks late in our weekend. Those storms will track our direction for late Sunday and Sunday night.
Thunderstorms are likely into early Monday. We could then see a few hours of dry weather midday Monday before more storms develop. Tuesday also looks very wet and stormy. Flooding will become a concern on Monday and Tuesday after several round of rain. Mid and late next week is expected to be drier and cooler with highs in the 70s. Active weather is heading our way so please stay tuned to the latest updates from KY3.