Ahead of an approaching cold front, it’ll get hotter and a bit more muggy. Highs today will reach the upper 80s, and dew points will climb from the upper 50s this morning to the low-mid 60s this afternoon. As the cold front reaches the Ohio River and crosses over into Northern KY, it will ignite scattered afternoon showers/storms across extreme N. KY near Covington….and spotty late day showers near Louisville. Extreme N. KY does have a low-end threat for isolated severe storms that could have damaging wind…so stay weather aware if you’re located north of I-64. Otherwise, the rest of KY should enjoy another rain-free day!
The overall Labor Day Holiday Weekend brings highs in the Upper 80s each day with spotty (20%) afternoon showers possible. So, this forecast is very cooperative for any outdoor plans you may have.
Dorian remains the big story as it continues to strengthen on its journey towards the U.S. **The forecast remains consistent with Dorian’s possible intensity at a Major hurricane status (Cat. 3 or higher) as it makes Landfall across the SE. Florida remains the most likely place for a landfall, but it’s not set in stone. Its track could still change…stay tuned for updates.