Good Friday everyone and welcome to the start of the weekend. We have a couple of cold fronts ready to cross the state late today and Saturday. The first one will give us some scattered showers and storms. The second one will usher in the coldest air of the young fall season an may even give us some frost before the weekend is finished.
Windy and mild weather will be noted today as temps hit the mid and upper 70s. Scattered showers and thunderstorms will fire up across western Kentucky and lift northeastward into the early evening hours. Here’s regional radar to track the action:
High school football fans may have to deal with a shower or two… especially across the north.
The second front arrives Saturday and will really get our winds gusting up. Temps make a run toward 70 ahead of the front as skies will be partly sunny. I can’t rule out a shower or two, but the front will generally be moisture starved.
Chilly air will surge in by Saturday evening with temps dropping quickly through the 50s. That will set us up for the potential for many areas to hit the 30s by Sunday morning and again Monday morning. That would increase our threat for, at least, some patchy frost. High temps Sunday and Monday will stay in the low and mid 60s.
If you are a fan of true fall weather, this is the weekend for you. Have a great Friday and take care.