Severe Thunderstorm Watch for Carroll and Owen County in KY until 11:00pm
(WHAS11) -- There is a Severe Thunderstorm Watch in effect for most of Kentuckiana, including metro Louisville.
Conditions will be warm and muggy through Thursday. A front will stall out and trigger showers/storms from time to time through Wednesday. A few storms could be locally strong/severe with hail and wind the main threats.
Thursday will be very warm and mainly dry (just a slight chance for a pop-up pm shower/storm) as the front pushes north. A strong cold front will bring a line of strong/severe storms into the region early Friday morning, then cooler temperatures. Mid-upper 50s Friday-Saturday. Cool sunshine for Thunder Over Louisville, high 57. Dry Sunday - with mid 60s Sunday, low 70s Monday. So, an unsettle workweek, but a cool and dry weekend.
First Alert Storm Team Forecast:
TUESDAY NIGHT… A Few Showers/Storms Early, then Mainly Dry and Mild Overnight … 63
WEDNESDAY ... Partly Cloudy, 30% Chance of Showers/Storms ... 80/64
THURSDAY ... Partly Sunny, Very Warm, 20% PM Shower/Storm ... 82/61
FRIDAY ... Morning Storms (Some Strong/Severe), then Cooler ... 61/38
SATURDAY-THUNDER … Mostly Sunny and Cool .. 57/39 (Firework/9:30pm, near 50)
SUNDAY ... Mostly Sunny ... 66/48
MONDAY... Partly Sunny, Hit or Miss PM Shower/Storm ... 70/50
TUESDAY... Partly Cloudy, PM Showers/Storms (possibly strong)... 73/53
If you have weather photos you would like to share with WHAS11, you can submit photos here. Or, you can email them to us from your phone or computer at email@example.com! We may use your photos on TV.
Check out some of the weather photos we have received in our viewer weather photo galleries.
Join us on Facebook!