UPDATE: Severe Risk Weakens
The airmass over Kentucky seems to be stabilizing thanks to clouds and an on-going MCS (mesoscale convective system) that’s rolling through parts of Mississippi and Alabama at the noon hour.
With higher stability numbers – despite lots of sunshine – it appears that any storms that fire ahead of a cold front this afternoon should stay under severe limits even though a few could be strong.
A better chance of rain and thunderstorms exists tonight as the cold front moves through the area. There may be some heavy downpours along with lightning and gusty winds but the SPC says any severe weather threat now appears limited or marginal at best.