Good Wednesday to one and all. It’s a big day of weather changes across the Commonwealth of Kentucky. Gusty winds and thunderstorms will help usher in much colder air.
Winds Wednesday will spike to between 40 and 45 mph at times as highs hit the 60s. This will be ahead of showers and storms arriving by the later part of the afternoon. Heavy rains will then carry us through the evening.
Here’s all you need to track Wednesday’s weather:
Colder winds will blow on Thursday, with highs in the upper 40s to low 50s. Additional showers will continue across the entire region.
The real cold arrives behind the next system diving in Friday and Saturday. Initial rain showers will try to mix with snowflakes by late Friday, with an increased chance of snow showers and flurries arriving Friday night and Saturday:
Highs on Saturday might struggle to reach 40 across Central and Eastern Kentucky. As skies clear, temps tank Saturday night and could set records by Sunday morning.
Highs by early next week will spike into the 60s as showers and storms increase. This action might unleash another round of below-freezing temps.
Make it a wonderful Wednesday and take care.