Good Wednesday to one and all. We have another winner of a weather day in store for central and eastern Kentucky. This nice fall air is just what the weather doctor ordered after the weekend of rainfall we just had.
It looks like this nice stuff will hang around for a while.
We will start out today on another very chilly note. Upper 30s and low 40s will be common with a touch of patchy fog. Afternoon highs will top out around 70 degrees under a mainly sunny sky.
A system along the east coast will continue to to lash that part of the world with heavy rain and wind. There is a small chance this thing gets far enough west to throw some clouds or spotty showers our way into Thursday. The NAM shows the small threat:
Highs Thursday into Friday will top out in the 70-75 degree range across the region. Winds will continue to be very gusty with a mix of sun and clouds.
A cold front will work our way over the weekend, but shouldn’t arrive until Sunday. Here’s what the GFS is showing by Saturday evening:
The long range call into next week is for a very active pattern taking shape. Temps will take a big drop as another huge storm works through.
Make it a great day and take care.