Good Thursday, folks. The winter pattern I’ve been teasing for the past few weeks has shown up in full force. Many areas saw some sleet and snow mixing in with the rain showers on Wednesday. We may do that all over again today.
Another disturbance is sweeping eastward across the Ohio Valley. Scattered showers will dot our skyline and a touch of sleet or wet snow may mix in. Let the radars walk you through it all:
Highs today will stay in the low and middle 40s across central and eastern Kentucky. As this system clears out this evening… the cold air will really take over. Record lows are possible by tomorrow morning. The Lexington record is 27 degrees from 2006 and that is in serious jeopardy.
Lows for the next couple of mornings will drop into the middle 20s for our entire region. It simply can’t get a whole lot colder than that for this time of year.
Another cold front swings in on Sunday and will bring some clouds and a light shower. That will give way to a bit of a mild up for Monday and Tuesday as temps make a run toward the 60s for highs. This is ahead of a big storm system that works our way just in time for Halloween.
Have a great day and take care.