Severe Alert: Strong to severe thunderstorms possible Monday and Tuesday


Severe Alert: Strong to severe thunderstorms possible Monday and Tuesday

The weather pattern turns active early in the week.

METEOROLOGY ARTIST DANIEL JOHNSON. WELCOME BACK. HERE’S A LIVE LOOK OUTSIDE. IT’S A QUIET NIGHT AHEAD OF SOME WEATHER WE’RE GOING TO BE EXPERIENCING THE NEXT COUPLE OF DAYS. SOME ACTIVE WEATHER AHEAD. WE’LL GET INTO THAT COMING UP SHORTLY, BUT TODAY’S HIGH WAS 75 A REALLY NICE DAY. WE BATTLED SOME CLOUDS AT TIMES, BUT OVERALL THE TEMPERATURES WERE NICE. 58 WAS THAT MORNING LOW TEMPERATURE EARLIER TODAY. RIGHT NOW TEMPERATURES ARE RANGING FROM THE LOW 60S IN PORTIONS OF SOUTHERN INDIANA TO THE MID 60S TO EVEN LOW 70S RIGHT HERE IN TOWN. AT THIS LATE HOUR. BUT WE ARE TRACKING SOME SEVERE WEATHER HEADING INTO MONDAY AND TUESDAY. SO WE DO HAVE A COUPLE OF SEVERE ALERTS TO LET EVERYONE KNOW ABOUT STRONG TO SEVERE STORMS. POSSIBLE TOMORROW. NOW, MOST OF THE DAY IS GOING TO BE JUST FINE. JUST A COUPLE OF SHOWERS HERE AND THERE AND THEN AFTER 4:00 AS WE GET CLOSER TO DINNER, WE’LL START TO SEE SOME SCATTERED STORMS. SOME OF THOSE COULD BE STRONG TO SEVERE, BUT EVEN WHEN THAT HAPPENS, MOST OF THAT ACTIVITY WILL BE NORTH OF THE METRO AND AN ISOLATED TORNADO IS POSSIBLE. THERE COULD BE SOME ROTATION WITHIN SOME OF THE STORMS. SO THAT’S WHY WE’RE ISSUING THAT SEVERE ALERT. AND THEN ON TUESDAY, THIS IS A DIFFERENT STORY, MORE WIDESPREAD THUNDERSTORM ACTIVITY THAT WILL THAT WILL IMPACT MOST OF THE VIEWING AREA. STRONG TO SEVERE STORMS LIKELY. AND THERE COULD BE A COUPLE OF ROUNDS TUESDAY EARLY EARLY IN THE MORNING. I MEAN BEFORE THE SUN COMES UP TO JUST AFTER THE SUN COMES UP AND THEN ANOTHER ROUND IN THE AFTERNOON AND EVENING. AND THAT COULD HAVE PERHAPS AN ISOLATED TORNADO AS WELL, AND SOME DAMAGING WINDS. RIGHT NOW RADAR IS QUIET. SO NO ACTIVITY TO WATCH. A WARM FRONT IS TO OUR NORTH, AND IT’S BEEN KIND OF HANGING OUT THERE THE PAST COUPLE OF DAYS, BUT NOTICE THE LOW PRESSURE TO OUR WEST THAT’S GETTING CLOSER AND THAT WILL EVENTUALLY BRING US AN INCREASED CHANCE FOR SEVERE WEATHER. SO FOR TONIGHT, JUST AN ISOLATED SHOWER. MOST OF US DRY DOWN INTO THE LOW 60S, AND YOU CAN SEE MOST OF US WILL BE IN THE LOW 60S TONIGHT TO MID 60S. SO QUITE MILD TOMORROW. SEVERE ALERT DAY NUMBER ONE SCATTERED SHOWERS OFF AND ON THROUGH THE DAY. BUT SEVERE WEATHER WISE, THAT PROBABLY WON’T HAPPEN UNTIL LATE IN THE DAY. BUT BUT LOOK HOW WARM IT IS WITH TEMPERATURES CLIMBING WELL INTO THE 70S. BUT NOTICE THAT BOUNDARY, THAT WARM FRONT TO OUR NORTH NORTH VERNON MIGHT NOT EVEN GET OUT OF THE 60S TOMORROW. IT’S REALLY GOING TO DEPEND ON WHERE THAT FRONT IS. BUT MOST OF US WARM IN THE 70S, SO FUTURECAST A COUPLE OF SHOWERS TOMORROW AND YOU CAN SEE THROUGH YOUR LUNCH HOUR, A COUPLE OF SHOWERS HEADING INTO TOMORROW LATE. MOST OF THE STORMS ARE NORTH. THAT’S WHERE WE COULD HAVE A SEVERE STORM. AND THEN ALL OF US GET IN ON SOME ACTION EARLY TUESDAY MORNING, 6 A.M. WIDESPREAD SHOWERS AND STORMS AND THEN ANOTHER ROUND HEADING INTO YOUR TUESDAY AFTERNOON AND TUESDAY EVENING. YOUR SEVEN DAY FORECAST. WHAT IS GOING ON, GUYS? TOMORROW IS APRIL 1ST, CLOSE TO 80TH APRIL FOOL’S DAY AND THEN WEDNESDAY AND THURSDAY. WHAT WE’RE IN THE 40S FOR HIGHS AND THERE COULD EVEN BE A FEW SNOW FLURRIES OR SNOW SHOWERS WEDNESDAY NIGHT INTO THURSDAY. THERE’S PEOPLE THAT ARE GOING TO LIKE THAT. SOME PEOPLE, NOT US. USUALLY I WOULD RAISE MY HAND AND SAY, YES, BUT IT’S APRIL. I’M READY TO MOVE ON. YEAH, IT’S TIME WE’VE PASSED THAT POINT. IT’S TIME. YEAH. MY MY SALT, MY SALT HAS BEEN THROWN AWAY AND MY SHOVELS ARE

Severe Alert: Strong to severe thunderstorms possible Monday and Tuesday

The weather pattern turns active early in the week.

Breezy southerly winds, ample moisture, and warm temperatures will create an unstable air mass ahead of an approaching cold front early in the week. This will set the stage for scattered strong to severe storms Monday and Tuesday.INTERACTIVE RADAR| ACTIVE WEATHER ALERTS A Severe Alert Day has been issued for both Monday and Tuesday, with Tuesday posing the greatest threat.The Storm Prediction Center has placed the Louisville area under a Slight Risk (level 2 out of 5) for severe weather Monday. The first threat for storms will be Monday evening, with the greatest chance being north of the metro. These storms could produce damaging winds, hail, and an isolated tornado can’t be ruled out. As we move into Tuesday, the severe threat increases.The Storm Prediction Center has placed our area under an Enhanced Risk (level 3 out of 5) for severe weather Tuesday. Late Monday night and Tuesday will bring the greatest threat for severe weather across much of the viewing area. All weather hazards are possible, including damaging winds, hail, and a potential tornado. There could be two rounds of storms on Tuesday, one in the morning and another in the evening.Stay tuned to WLKY for the latest updates on the forecast.

Breezy southerly winds, ample moisture, and warm temperatures will create an unstable air mass ahead of an approaching cold front early in the week. This will set the stage for scattered strong to severe storms Monday and Tuesday.

INTERACTIVE RADAR| ACTIVE WEATHER ALERTS

A Severe Alert Day has been issued for both Monday and Tuesday, with Tuesday posing the greatest threat.

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The Storm Prediction Center has placed the Louisville area under a Slight Risk (level 2 out of 5) for severe weather Monday.

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The first threat for storms will be Monday evening, with the greatest chance being north of the metro. These storms could produce damaging winds, hail, and an isolated tornado can’t be ruled out.

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As we move into Tuesday, the severe threat increases.

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The Storm Prediction Center has placed our area under an Enhanced Risk (level 3 out of 5) for severe weather Tuesday.

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Late Monday night and Tuesday will bring the greatest threat for severe weather across much of the viewing area. All weather hazards are possible, including damaging winds, hail, and a potential tornado. There could be two rounds of storms on Tuesday, one in the morning and another in the evening.

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Stay tuned to WLKY for the latest updates on the forecast.



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