Good Friday, folks. Much needed rains have fallen across the area since Thursday with many areas picking up more than an inch. Now comes the real deal fall chill taking hold of our weather to start the weekend.
Showers will be around this morning across central Kentucky, and should hang around into the afternoon in the east. Winds will be very gusty with temps in the 50s for highs:
Skies will clear tonight with temps hitting the upper 30s in many areas. Winds will remain gusty and that should keep frost from forming.
Saturday will be another windy day with highs in the 50s. Skies will stay partly sunny. If you’re heading out to Commonwealth Stadium for the Cats and the Dogs at 7:30, dress warmly. Temperatures will be in the 40s.
A little milder wind will blow on Sunday with temps in the 60s.
We should stay in the 60s for highs into the middle of next week. That’s when our next threat for rain arrives. This should come later Wednesday into Thursday ahead of another storm system.
Indications are for another shot of cool to impact the region behind this system.
Have a great day and take care.