Normal temps for our the holiday weekend

Good Saturday, everyone. We have a fantastic weather day taking shape across central and eastern Kentucky. This is making for a heck of a kickoff to our Easter weekend, but things may turn a little soggy before all is said and done.

Temperatures today will hit the upper 50s and lower 60s with a mix of sun and clouds.

A cold front makes a run at us later tonight into Easter Sunday. This will bring a band of rain into the region to start out our big day. This will be a fairly quick moving batch of showers and should give us an improving sky by the afternoon hours. Winds will be breezy as temps run near 60 degrees.

A more powerful cold front moves in later Monday and this is being pushed by another blast of cold air:

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Scattered showers will be possible later in the day and we may see a few snowflakes by Monday night and Tuesday morning. Readings by Tuesday will struggle to get out of the 30s for highs.

Temps will begin to warm back toward normal by the end of next week and that’s a trend that carries us into next weekend. That shows up well on the European Model…Euro

The jet stream begins to move back to the north instead of taking a big dip across our part of the world. If you’re a fan of spring… that’s exactly what you want to see.

Have a great Saturday and take care.

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