Trick or treat forecast

Good Wednesday and Happy Halloween. Superstorm Sandy will continue to affect the weather across the Bluegrass State today, and this might cause a few problems for trick-or-treating. The good news is, things will begin to improve over the next couple of days.

Northwesterly winds will continue to gust up and push a few more showers into the area. These won’t be as common as what we had Tuesday, but a wet snowflake or two can’t be ruled out. High temps will range from the upper 30s in the east to low 40s across Central Kentucky.

The weather for all the ghosts and goblins making their rounds this evening looks a little something like this:

Thursday will bring some improvement to the area as skies begin to clear out some. An early-day shower is possible in the north and east as our big storm moves away. Temps will rise into the upper 40s to near 50.

The low 50s look good for Friday under sunny skies. Saturday looks to be the warmest day of the next week, with temps in the low and middle 50s with a gusty westerly wind. Enjoy it, because another system will work toward the state by Sunday, with more showers and another shot of chilly air early next week.

Have a safe and Happy Halloween. Take care.

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