Good Thursday, everyone. Nice weather rolls on for one more day, and then some changes move into the Bluegrass State to kick off the weekend. Our recent trend for rainy Fridays looks to continue for another week.
Highs Thursday will hit the upper 70s to low 80s on a gusty wind from the southwest. You will notice a few clouds increasing as the day wears on.
Scattered showers and storms will increase from west to east on Friday. A weak wave of low pressure looks to develop along that boundary and will keep some showers going into Saturday morning in the east and southeast. Gusty winds will blow chillier air into town, with highs by Saturday only in the 60s.
Sunday morning could be quite chilly across Central and Eastern Kentucky. Some of the valleys could even drop toward the high 30s if skies are clear:
Another cold front shows up late Monday and Monday night. That front could spark another round of scattered showers:
Another front is likely to show up by the end of the week and the start of next weekend. This is the period I’ve been saying to watch for a notable cold shot to come our way. That shows up well on the European Model:
Make it a great Thursday and take care.