Good Thursday, folks. Colder-than-normal air has returned to Central and Eastern Kentucky. This latest shot of chill will hang around into early Friday before giving way to the threat of showers and thunderstorms over the weekend.
Today starts off with patchy frost and temps in the 30s. It will end with a mix of sun and clouds, with highs in the mid and upper 50s. There’s also the smallest chance for a pop-up shower or a few sprinkles.
Let’s do some tracking:
Friday looks like a pretty nice day, with some sun and clouds, with readings back into the 60s for highs.
A slow moving system rolls in for late Saturday into Sunday and will bring an increasing threat for scattered showers and storms. Those show up well on the NAM Simulated Radar:
Locally heavy downpours will be possible this weekend as high temps hang around in the 60s. It’s not going to be a total washout, but make sure to have some alternate plans if you have some big outdoor activities.
Warmer air will surge back in for early next week and that will send temps well into the 70s for highs. Another powerful cold front will make a run at us by the middle of the week. Stop me if you’ve heard that one before.
Have a great day and take care.