Good Wednesday to one and all. We have had a cool break from the showers and storms, but the boomers are back in the bluegrass. As we roll forward, it’s looking more and more like a continuation of the wet pattern, with cooler than normal temps hanging around. We have a cold front working ward the region today, bringing an increase in showers and storms this afternoon and evening. There is the chance for a few strong or locally severe storms, with large hail and high winds showing up. Here’s the latest Severe Weather Outlook from the Storm Prediction Center: Here are your storm tracking tools for the day: Some leftover showers and gusty winds will carry us into Thursday as highs struggle to get to the 70 degree mark for some areas. Friday morning is really cool across the eastern half of the state with near record lows in the 40s: After a nice start to the weekend, rounds of showers and storms kick back in for Sunday and that looks to stick around for much of next week. As a matter of fact this pattern is threatening to turn back into a full blown soaker over the next few weeks. Take a look at the latest rain numbers during this time: The European Weeklies from WeatherBell say this is a sign of things to come through the third week of July. Look at all this above normal rainfall: That’s ugly! Make it a great Wednesday and take care.