Good Saturday, everyone. We have another quick hitting rain system rolling across the state today. This is ahead of a cold front that will knock our temps down into the low and middle 30s tonight. Frost is a strong possibility for Sunday morning.
Today will start with thickening clouds with showers racing across western Kentucky. These will arrive into central Kentucky by late morning and early afternoon and sweep eastward from there. Your network of radars will help you track the action:
Temps ahead of the rain will hit the the middle 50s in central Ky and low 60s in the east. As soon as the rain starts, temps drop into the upper 40s and low 50s.
The rain pushes out by early this evening and the clouds slowly part. Cold air settles in tonight with readings heading into the low and middle 30s for many:
Frost is very possible early Sunday morning across much of our region. Green thumbs… you have been warned.
Temps by Sunday afternoon will warm to around 60 under a mostly sunny sky. Monday looks equally as good with temps in the low 60s.
Our next cold front swoops in from the northwest by Tuesday morning. This will have a line of gusty showers along it and a MAJOR blast of cold air behind it:
Temps behind that first front will tank into the upper 40s for highs Tuesday. Another system works in here on Wednesday. That will produce a few showers and it’s not impossible for a flake or two to try and mix in. That would especially be the case in the high elevations of the east.
Highs in the low and mid 40s and lows in the upper 20s and low 30s look good for Wednesday and Thursday.
Have a great day and take care.