DANIEL MCFARLAND'S EVENING UPDATE
Sunday, July 24rd, 2016
24-hour First Alert Forecast 270-467-0373
FRONT STALLS THIS WEEK:
Tomorrow a cold front will move through the northern part of the state giving us widespread rain and thunderstorms for a majority of the day. We will not see much relief from the heat as high temperatures will once again crawl up to the lower 90s.
That front that will stall over Louisville Monday may never actually move any further south so we will be left with mainly warm and muggy days along with scattered to widespread rain each day in the upcoming week. However, we will cool down just a few degrees with high temperatures expected to top off in the upper 80s through next weekend.
Partly Cloudy, Rain Ending...Low 74, winds Calm
Scattered Rain and Thunderstorms, Partly Sunny...High 91, winds SW-7
Chance of Rain: 40% (0.25-0.75" possible)
Scattered Rain and Thunderstorms...Low 73, winds Calm
Chance of Rain: 30% (0.15-0.25" possible)
|Record High||105° (1934)|
|Record Low||53° (1947)|
|24 Hour Precip||0.00"|
|Pollen||3.6 (Low - Grass)|
|UV Index||10 (Very High)|