Warmer air surging Into the Bluegrass

Good Friday everyone. We have made it to the end of the week. Things are going to finally warm up as mother nature gives us a bit of a break from our recent cold snap.

Things aren’t all rosy, though: We will have a couple of showers and thunderstorms to contend with. The first chance will come today as a weak front hangs up across the state. Scattered showers and a rumble of thunder will be possible early today. The highest threat for rain will be across our southern counties. Regional radar has you covered:

Temps today will be in the 60s again.

Saturday looks like a very windy and warm day, as our thermometers head into the low and middle 70s. This happens as a big storm wraps up across the plains states and delivers a nasty severe weather outbreak there. That storm will head into the Great Lakes on Sunday and will bring a cold front through the state with a band of showers and storms along it.

Temps will take a small dip back into the 60s behind the front for Monday as skies clear out. Readings into the middle of next week remain mild, but that should change by the end of the week as another storm system rolls across the country. That will have a big push of chilly temps behind it as our jet stream takes another dive:

We’ll track that one as we get a little deeper into the weekend and early next week. Make it a great Friday and take care.

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