Good Thursday everyone. We are tracking another big blast of chilly temps that will invade the bluegrass state by the coming weekend. This one looks colder than the current one and may provide us with a decent chance of seeing an early season frost.
The chilly weather is getting all the pub, but the rainfall for the month should also be getting in on the spotlight. September is normally a fairly dry month around here, but that hasn’t been the case this go around. The remnants of Isaac got the month started off on a soaking wet and the recent rain storm only added to our totals. The entire state is now running well above normal for the month:
The recent round of wet weather unleashed a heck of a shot of chilly air. Readings hit the upper 30s in some areas the past few mornings. We will warm it up out there today and Friday as readings top out in the 70s.
Our next big push of chill is on tap for the weekend. It will likely throw us a scattered shower or thunderstorm as early as Friday afternoon or evening. The actual cold front won’t move through here until Saturday and that’s when the best rain chances will occur. Then the cold arrives:
Lows by Sunday and Monday may bottom out in the mid and high 30s and that could mean some frost.
Have a great Thursday and take care.