Good Monday everyone, and thanks for starting your week with us. We have a pretty wild weather day in store for the region as a strong cold front slams through here. This will send our temps tumbling to the lowest readings of the fall.
Temps to start today will be in the upper 50s and low 60s in Central and Eastern Kentucky. The cold front will sweep through here by late morning into the early afternoon and will cause our temps to drop into the upper 30s during that time. Wow!
Rain will be likely for much of the day, and it could mix with some wet snow by later this afternoon and early evening. Winds are going to gust to 30 to 40 mph, making it feel as if it’s in the mid- and upper 20s.
I have you all set to follow today’s weather with some extra trackers:
After some evening snowflakes or light showers, skies will clear out overnight, allowing temps to tank. Some areas might not be too far from 20 degrees by Tuesday morning, with highs close to 40 degrees later in the afternoon.
Chilly temps will be likely for the remainder of the week. I’m watching the possibility of a couple of storms affecting our Thanksgiving-week weather, and I will talk more about that as the week goes by.
Have a great Monday and take care.