Good Wednesday to one and all. Our chilly pattern just refuses to go away, as we have another push of cold air blowing into the Bluegrass State today. This front will provide us with a small chance of showers today and a sharp blast of cold later tonight.
There isn’t much moisture for this front to work with, and it will spit out only a light shower or some sprinkles. Winds will kick up as the boundary pushes through, and this means temps should stay in the upper 50s for highs.
Let’s track the front across the state:
Skies will clear out later today, and this sets us up for another very cold night. Readings in the upper 20s and low 30s are a good bet for much of Central and Eastern Kentucky. A hard frost or light freeze is possible for many.
Thursday looks to be a pretty good day, with highs ranging from the upper 50s to low 60s under mostly sunny skies.
A weak front works in on Friday, with the threat for a shower or thunderstorm. Temps might not stray too far from 60 degrees because of the clouds and shower threat.
Warm air surges in on Saturday with highs in the low and mid 70s on a gusty southwesterly wind. This will be ahead of a storm system working from the plains states into the Great Lakes by Sunday:
That might bring a line of showers and storms through here later Sunday, with another round of showers and storms possible early next week.
Enjoy your Wednesday and take care.