Louisville weather conditions for Thursday

Oaks Forecast: Hour-by-hour look at when rain, storms could impact races on Friday



>> NOWYO, UR WLK WEATHER WITH METEOROLOGIST DANIEL JOHNSON. DANIEL: AS WE HEAD INTO TOMORROW IT COULD BE OUR TURN FOR SEVERE WEATHERUT B WE ARE NOT EXPECTING ANYTHING LIKE THE SCENES YOU SAW AT OF OKLAHOMA AND TEXAS. THERE IS A BEAUTIFUL SHOT, A LIVE LOOK OUTSIDE AT DOWNTOWN LOUISVILLE, JUST SPECTACULAR. IT IS DRY OUT THERE FOR THE MOMENT, AND THE CURRENT TEMPERATURE DOWNTOWN, 66, MILD FOR THIS TIME OF YEAR. A LIGHT NORTH WIND ATRO AUND 6 MILES PER HOUR. WE BRIEFLY HIT 70° THIS AFTERNOON. 55 IS WHERE WE SHOULD BE AND THAT IS EXACTLY WHERE WE WERE FOR THE OVERNIGHT LOW TEMPERATURE. SOUTHERN INDIANA, OUR OLCO SPOTS. LOUISVILLE, SOU,TH MILDER INTO THE MID 60’S. WE ARE TRACKING A WARM FRONT TO OURSELVES, AND IT IS HEADING NORTH. TYPICALLY YOU SEE SEVERE WEAERTH SOUTH OF THE WARM FRONT AND EAST OF A COLD FRONT. THAT IS PUSHING THROUGH LOUISIANA AND THE DEEP SOUTH. THIS WARFRONT IS LIFTING NORTH AND IT WILL LIFT NORTH OF OUR AREA OVERNIGHT TONIGHT. WE ARE GOING TO BE IN THAT BALETT ZONE WHERE WE COULD POTENTIALLY SEE SEVERE WEATHER FOR TOMORROW. THE MOST SEVERE WEATHER WILL STATE EAST OF OUR VIEWING AREA. WE WILL TIME ALL OF THAT OUT FOR YOU COMING UP. HERE IS A LIVE LOOK AT RADAR, NOT MUCH GOING ON, A FEW ISOLATED SHOWERS, ONEWEST OF LOUISVILLE PUSHING THROUGH THE STWE END RHTIG NOW. MOST OF US DEALING WITH ISOLATED SHOWER ACTIVITY, AND THAT WILL BE THE CASE OVERNIGHT TONIGHT. THE CHANCES FOR RAIN SLOWLY G UP AWES APPROACH EARLY MORNING HOURS. TOMORROW, WE BRIEFLY CLIMB INTO THE MID AND LOW 70’S. STORMS DEVELOPED DURING THE AFTERNOON, AND THAT WILL DROP TEMPERATURES BACK DOWN INTO THE 60’S. OUR BEST DRY TIME TOMORROW, IT IS OAKS DAY OF ETH WEEK 10:00 AM UNTIL 10:0 PM LET’S TALK ABOUT THE OAKS DAY PLANNER INET DAIL, A LOT OF YOU HEADING OUT THERE. GATES OPEN AT 9:00, MAY A LINGERING SHOWER. MOSTLY DRY AROUND MIDDAY AND THE AFTERNOON AND EVENING RACES LOOK WET WITH SHOWERS AND THUNDERSTORMS IN THE FORECAST. THE STORM PREDICTION CENTER AS PAINTED OUR AREA IN GREEN, THAT IS AOW L RISK. TIMING, STILL ABOUT ETH SEAM, BUT I’M THINKING 12:00 PM UNTIL 6:00 PM. DAMAGING WINDS AND MAYBE HL. AI WE SEE SHOWERS TONIGHT INTO THE EARLY MORNING HOURS. CLOUDY THROUGH MIDDAY. BY 2:00 PM STORMS FIRE UP AROUND THE METRO. SOME OF THESE ULCOD BE STRONG TO SEVERE, THEY PUSH OUT BY:0 70 PM, WE DRY OUT OVERNIG.HT MAYBE DRIZZLE BY RBYDE MORNING, BUT THEN CLOUDY THROUGH THE AFTERNOON. HERE IS YOUR EXCLUSIVE DERBY FORECAST, MORNING DRIZZLE AND CLOUDY AND CL.OO IF YOU ARE HEADING TO CHURCHILL DOWNISS LOOKING MOSTLY DRY. INCREANGSI TEMPERATURES THROUGH THE WEEK, ALMOST HOT TOWARD THE MIDDLE OF ETH WEEK, 88, TUESDAY. 87, WEDNESDAY. EITHER WAY YOU LOOK AT I LOTS OF SUNSHINE NEXT WEEK AND MUCH WARMER. GLAD:YS I THOUGHT YOU SDAI YOU WERE GOING TO TALK TO MOTHER NATURE. SHE MAY NOT ALLOW IT. STEPHON: I TRIED. JAY IS TRYING HARDER. STEPHON: GLADYS IS WOREDRI ABOUT THE FASTENER LOOK. DANIEL: THE TRADE-OFF IS A LITTLE RAIN TOMORROW, THEN WE ARE DR.

Oaks Forecast: Hour-by-hour look at when rain, storms could impact races on Friday

Oaks Day will be upon us Friday and it’s going to be an unsettled one with rain and storm chances. Friday won’t be a complete washout, but it does appear that some of Friday’s races will be impacted by the weather. Here’s everything you need to know. Showers are expected early in the morning, perhaps sticking around as the gates open around 9 am The driest part of the day will be between 10 am – 1 pm Thunderstorms appear likely starting around 2 pm, and some of those storms may be severe with gusty winds and possible hail. Unfortunately, the afternoon and evening races will be affected the most.Here’s a look at Friday’s futurecast, timing out the showers and storms hour-by-hour.The Storm Prediction Center has our area under a Marginal Risk (Level 1/5) for possible severe storms. Gusty winds and hail will be the biggest concern with those storms. Oaks Day is no stranger to rainy conditions. When it comes to the day before Derby, 53% of Oaks days have had rain at some point.

Oaks Day will be upon us Friday and it’s going to be an unsettled one with rain and storm chances.

Friday won’t be a complete washout, but it does appear that some of Friday’s races will be impacted by the weather. Here’s everything you need to know.

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Showers are expected early in the morning, perhaps sticking around as the gates open around 9 am The driest part of the day will be between 10 am – 1 pm

Thunderstorms appear likely starting around 2 pm, and some of those storms may be severe with gusty winds and possible hail. Unfortunately, the afternoon and evening races will be affected the most.

Here’s a look at Friday’s futurecast, timing out the showers and storms hour-by-hour.

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Hearst-Owned

10 AM (A Few Showers Possible)
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Hearst-Owned

12 PM (Mostly Dry)
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Hearst-Owned

2 PM (Storms Develop, Some Severe)
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Hearst-Owned

4 PM (Storms Continue, Some Severe)
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Hearst-Owned

6 PM Friday (Storms Linger, Slowly Taper Off)

The Storm Prediction Center has our area under a Marginal Risk (Level 1/5) for possible severe storms. Gusty winds and hail will be the biggest concern with those storms.

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Oaks Day is no stranger to rainy conditions. When it comes to the day before Derby, 53% of Oaks days have had rain at some point.

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