Good Tuesday, folks. We are in the middle of one gorgeous stretch of fall weather in Central and Eastern Kentucky. Some of the colors are starting to show, so it’s a perfect time to get out and do some leaf peeping.
This nice weather will continue through Thursday as highs reach the mid- and upper 70s each day. Overnight lows drop into the low 50s each night as our skies stay dry.
A cold front arrives Friday, with showers and gusty winds on the increase:
Highs will drop into the 60s on Friday and will stay there Saturday as dry weather returns. Lows by Sunday morning could really drop:
Temps should recover early next week, but another shot of chill looks to arrive by the second half of the week.
Another seasonal model has updated and continues to show a colder-than-normal winter across our region. This uses the ocean temperatures to construct a set of analogs to produce a forecast. It hasn’t changed at all from its earlier runs and is similar to other seasonal models:
Have a terrific Tuesday and take care.