Tracking another day of t-storms. There looks to be 2 rounds today...possibly 3.
First one is moving into our western counties now. Still waiting to see how much of this holds together/re-develops as we move into the lunch period of the day.
The next round shouldn't take too long to develop across MO/IL/W KY this afternoon. This looks to be a broken line of thunderstorms that will develop bowing segments (high wind potential) with a few of the cells. This would happen once they move more into SE IN and W KY/TN. Just how far east they travel is still in question. Not to much how much of WAVE Country would be impacted. I'd be on guard for these if you live along/west of I-65. They should weaken once they cross the interstate as timing of day would be in our favor to them to lose their fuel. Something to watch closely later.
The third round may come from the outflows of the second round. This could lead to scattered heavy t-storms into late evening.
At least Wednesday is trending toward a change in our pattern with a cold front moving in by the afternoon. This means the rain should should be limited to mainly KY for the afternoon hours.
This drier period looks to hold from Thursday into Father's Day with only a very small risk for a pop-up thunderstorm. Humidity values will drop Thursday and Friday but they will still be noticeable. The heat looks to kick in this weekend with highs 91-94 across the region.
Another front will stall in the area next week with more showers and thunderstorms as we close out the final days of Spring 2018.
Make it a Goode Morning!