Good Friday, folks. The cold front I’ve been yapping about all week is finally pushing across the Bluegrass State. This is bringing a few gusty showers our way and will cause our temps to drop as the weekend starts.
Scattered showers and rumbles of thunder develop and roll across the state Friday. The most likely chance of rain is across Central and Eastern Kentucky. It is not going to rain all day or evening.
Hamburg Area from WKYT Studio
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US 60 @ US 460
Rain will quickly taper from northwest to southeast Friday evening as cooler and drier winds blow. Temps will drop into the upper 50s for the second half of high school football action.
Saturday might start with a shower in the southeast, but it looks like a gorgeous day. It will start with lows in the upper 40s, and highs will be in the low and middle 60s. Winds will be a little gusty, but nothing we can’t handle. Temps by Sunday morning will drop to near 40 in some areas.
Lows in the upper 30s will be possible in the colder valleys:
– Another cold front moves in late Monday and Monday night with a band of showers:
Make it a great day and take care.