Louisville weather conditions for Friday

Oaks forecast: hour by hour look when it rains, storms could affect races on Friday



>> NOWYO, UR WLKY WEATHER with meteorologist Daniel Johnson. DANIEL: As we head out tomorrow, that could be a turn off for severe B weather for us, don’t expect anything like the sights you saw in Oklahoma and Texas. There is a beautiful shot, a look right outside at DOWNTOWN LOUISVILLE, just amazing. It’s dry there all the time, and the current temperature downtown, 66, is mild at this time of year. Light north attro winds 6 miles per hour. We briefly made it to 70 degrees in the afternoon. 55 is where we need to be and that’s exactly where we’ve been for the cooler temperatures all night. South India, OLCO Sites. Louisville, well, that’s cute in the mid-’60s. We’re tracking warmth in front of ourselves, and it’s heading north. Typically, you see areas of very high altitude in the south of the warm front and east of the cold front. This pushes through Louisiana and the Deep South. This war raises NTHOR and will raise our north all night long. We’ll be in that pallet area where we can see severe weather tomorrow. The most severe weather will be east of our viewing area. We’ll finish all this time for you. Here’s a first-hand look at the radar, and not many, a few lonely showers, one of LOUISVILLE’s newest systems by the end of the STWE RHTIG now. Most of the United States is dealing with isolated shower activities, and that will be the case all night long. Chances of it raining slowly ditch the AWES approach in the early morning hours. Tomorrow, we climb briefly into the mid-70s. The storms originated during the afternoon, and will bring temperatures back down to the 60s. Our best dry time is tomorrow, it’s Decorations Day from 10:00 AM to 10:00 PM Let’s talk OAKS INET Day chart every day, many of you are getting out of there. Gates open at 9:00, and you may continue to shower. Mostly dry midday, afternoon and evening races looking damp with showers and thunderstorms in the forecast. The Storm Forecasting Center also painted our area green, so these are big risks. The timing, it’s still around ETH SEAM, but I believe it’s 12:00 PM to 6:00 PM. Destructive winds and perhaps hl.ai see showers at night in the early morning hours. Cloud through the middle of the day. By 2:00 p.m., storms caught fire around the subway. Some of these ULCODs are so strong, they fire up at: 070 p.m., and we dry up too much. HERE IS YOUR EXCLUSIVE DERBY EXCEPTION, IN THE MORNING, CLOUDY AND CL.OO IF YOU’RE HEADING FOR CHURCHILL DOWNISS WHICH LOOKS MOST DRY. Increased temperatures during the week, the hottest in the middle of the second week, 88, Tuesday. 87, Wed. No matter which way you look at next week’s sunshine and warmer. Said: Yes, I thought you were going to talk to Mother Nature. You may not allow it. Stefon: I tried. Jay tries harder. Stefon: Gladys is vigilant about looking stronger. DANIEL: THE TRADE-OFF is a little rain rows tomorrow, then we are DR

Oaks forecast: hour by hour look when it rains, storms could affect races on Friday

Oaks will fall on Friday and it will be an unsettled day with chances of rain and storms. Friday won’t be completely washed out, but it looks like some of Friday’s races will be affected by the weather. Here’s everything you need to know. Showers are expected early in the morning and may continue to appear while the gates open around 9am, the driest part of the day will be between 10am-1pm, thunderstorms likely to start around 2pm, some of these storms Storms can be severe with gusty winds and possible hail. Unfortunately, noon and evening races will be affected the most, here’s a look at the future of Friday, timing of hour-by-hour showers and storms, Storm Forecasting Center is in our area at marginal risk (level 1/5) of potentially severe storms. Gusty winds and hail will be the biggest concern for these storms. When it comes to the day before the derby, 53% of the Oaks’ days had rain at some point.

It will be Oaks on Friday and it will be an unsettled day with chances of rain and storms.

Friday won’t be a complete break, but it looks like some of Friday’s races will be affected by the weather. Here’s everything you need to know.

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Rain is expected early in the morning, and may remain steady with the gates open around 9 a.m.

Thunderstorms are likely to start around 2 pm, some of those storms can be severe with gale force winds and hail possible. Unfortunately, the noon and evening races are the most affected.

Here’s a look at Friday’s forward broadcast, timing hour-by-hour showers and storms.

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Hearst owned

10 a.m. (a little rain possible)
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Hearst owned

12 pm (mostly dry)
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Hearst owned

2 p.m. (Storms develop, some severe)
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Hearst owned

4 p.m. (Storms continue, some severe)
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Hearst owned

6 p.m. Friday (storms linger, slowly fade)

The Storm Forecasting Center in our area is at marginal risk (level 1/5) for the possibility of severe storms. Gusty winds and hail will be the biggest concern for these storms.

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

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