Good Thursday, folks. We have a weak cold front crossing the Bluegrass State. This boundary is touching off gusty winds and scattered showers, and it will usher in a drop in temperatures. That drop will be temporary as mild air surges in for the weekend.
Scattered showers and a rumble of thunder will be possible Thursday as the front moves through. Wind gusts of 20 to 30 mph will be possible at times. Temperatures will generally range from the low to middle 60s but could reach 70 in the south and east.
Lowso by Friday morning will drop it into the upper 30s to low 40s across Central and Eastern Kentucky:
After that, it’s game on toward a windy and warm weekend. Highs on Saturday should range from 75 to 80 in many areas.
A weak cold front drops in Sunday and could produce scattered showers and some thunder. The most likely chance is across the north. This could also lead to a notable temperature gradient setting up across the region.
Halloween continues to look warmer and warmer as we get closer, with highs in the 70s and gusty winds. Many record highs for the day are from 1950 and are in the low 80s.
Have a great day and take care.