Tracking warmer changes

Good Monday to one and all. We have a week of weather changes that will lead us out of the frosty cold and into one that feels more and more like early Summer. That’s music ears to those of us craving a warmer pattern.

Today starts out with frost and temps in the low and mid 30s. Record lows are likely to be set in many cites across central and eastern Kentucky. Sunny skies this afternoon will boost readings toward the 60 degree mark.

Eastern Kentucky may see another round of frost Tuesday morning as temps drop back into the mid and upper 30s. The warmer air then surges in here on Tuesday with temps well into the 70s. The summer feel kicks in on Wednesday:

EuroThermometers on Wednesday will hit the low to mid 80s with mainly sunny skies. More humidity pushes in for the second half of the week and that will likely touch off scattered showers and thunderstorms.

GFSThe scattered storms will likely be around for the coming weekend as the warm air remains. Highs look to range from the upper 70s to the lower 80s.

Have a great start to the week and take care.

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