Summer time storms pop up for the first week of June

Summer time storms pop up for the first week of June

Quick Facts:

  • Afternoon storm chances likely every day this week
  • Some storms could be severe with damaging winds and hail
  • Storms should not be as volatile as the end of May

After a very busy May with preliminary tornado numbers around 2-dozen, the storm chances aren't over yet. More storms will be possible for the first full week of June, but the good news is that the storms should not be as intense as they were at the end of May.

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The warm and muggy weather isn't going anywhere yet. Instead, it'll be sticking around with the chance for some pop-up showers and storms through the afternoon.

These storm chances will increase through mid-week where we have the highest chance.


Keep the sunglasses, sunscreen and water handy - the summertime weather is sticking around. When you are spending time outside, make sure to take care of yourself with the warm weather.

Some more of the afternoon storms will be possible across Green Country.


Looking at one of the days with the highest rain chances arriving for any mid-week plans. Temperatures will remain in the mid-80s with southern winds, but the storm chances pick up.

Should any of these storms turn severe, one of the biggest concerns will be damaging winds.


Storm chances stick around so be sure to keep your umbrellas handy through the end of the week. Temperatures stay in the mid-80s as well.


Very similar to Thursday, almost a copy-paste type of day. Temps in the mid-80s with storm chances remaining high through the afternoon and into the overnight hours.


By the time the weekend rolls around, rain chances will start to decrease and afternoon highs climb back into the upper-80s and low 90s.