Good Monday, everyone. September is ending on a rather dreary note for much of central and eastern Kentucky. Clouds and spotty showers will combine to create the gloom. The good news is that October looks to start off nice. Don’t get too used to it… a big change is coming for the weekend.
Highs today will range from the upper 60s to around 70 for most areas. The showers will be scattered about the region, so take the umbrella along for the ride. You can follow the drops on our network of radars:
Milder air moves in for Tuesday and that hangs tough into Wednesday and Thursday. Highs in the mid to upper 70s will be common with a little increase in humidity levels. We will also deal with a daily threat for a shower or thunderstorm.
The storm threat will increase by Friday as a powerhouse of a cold front works in from the northwest. Here’s what that looks like on the European Model:
Rain could become widespread as Friday wears on. That should continue into Saturday, before colder air wins the battle by the end of the day. This may lead to the coldest air of the season over the weekend into Monday.
Even the GFS is on top of the cold look: