Good Friday, everyone. The final weekend of March is off and running on a very cold weather note across central and eastern Kentucky. The cold weather will carry us for a few more days before our active weather pattern kicks back in.
Highs today will reach the upper 30s and low 40s in most areas with the potential for a rain or snow shower. Winds will be rather gusty and that will add more of a chill to the air:
Saturday is a very cold day with lows in the upper teens and low 20s and highs not too far from 40 degrees. That’s more than 20 degrees colder than normal.
Sunday looks better with highs in the 50s with very gusty winds. Those winds are ahead of our next cold front moving in for Monday. Gusty showers are a good bet to start the new week:
Another cold front moves in for Thursday with some more showers. That paves the way for a much bigger storm system to move in for Easter Weekend:
Have a great day and take care.