Tracking another chilly shot

Good Saturday and welcome to the weekend. The one day mild spell is now a thing of the past as chilly air surges back in from the north. This blast of chill will set the stage for patchy frost late tonight and Sunday morning.

The front swinging in early today may have a few showers filling in behind it. The greatest chance will be across the eastern half of the state. Winds will be very gusty and that will make temps in the 50s feel more like the 40s at times.

Current temperatures

Skies will clear this evening as the cold air continues to settle in. This will set the stage for readings to drop into the low and mid 30s for most of central and eastern Kentucky:

GFS

Frost is a real possibility by Sunday morning. Green thumbs should take necessary precautions.

Highs Sunday afternoon will reach the mid and upper 50s under mostly sunny skies.

The new week will start with another system working our way from the northwest. This will likely spit out numerous showers late Monday into Tuesday. Those will be chilly and feature gusty winds adding to the chill.

That same system then blows up once it reaches the east coast by Wednesday:

Euro 2That will keep the chilly air going strong around here on a gusty northeasterly wind flow. We could even see a shower or two from that system.

Colder than normal temperatures will hang tough through next week.

Make it a great day and take care.

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