As I’m writing this forecast on Tuesday morning (8/10), we have another round of showers and storms passing through the Bluegrass area. This looks like a trend over the upcoming workweek, with daily rounds of scattered coverage. Storms will be capable of producing frequent lightning and torrential rainfall, peaking in coverage during the day and diminishing at night. The scattered coverage means not everyone will see rainfall each day, but at least we have some chances in the forecast compared to recent weeks! Below is a look at predicted rainfall accumulations through next Monday. Overall, the best chance for higher accumulations is going to stay across primarily the eastern half of the state and decrease farther west. You may also notice the very high values down in Florida, where the tropics are starting to get a bit more active, something to watch moving forward.