Good Wednesday, folks. Our much talked about cold front is on top of the bluegrass state and this will usher in massive changes. It all starts with windy and wet weather as our temps get ready to take a dive.
The front slowly works across the state today and will produce scattered showers. This action will work from west to east ahead of the front. Our network of radars will help you track it all:
Temps will be in the 60s ahead of the front, but will come crashing down into the upper 50s by the end of the day.
A wave of low pressure will develop along the front and scoot just to our south and east on Thursday. That is likely to throw some fast moving showers our way:
That may keep temps down into the middle and upper 50s for highs for many areas. The clouds will quickly depart and temps will tank Thursday night. Readings in the upper 30s will be possible with some patchy frost.
Another front arrives Saturday and may produce an isolated shower. This has a nice shot of chill behind it:
This cold pattern persists into next week. As a matter of fact, it gets even colder by the middle of the week.
Have a great Wednesday and take care.