Good Black Friday to one and all. On this super duper busy shopping day, we have a seasonal chill that fills the air. That is likely to stick around through the weekend, as we await a big storm system early next week.
Friday will feature lots of clouds and some patchy drizzle, with highs hanging in the 40s:
Hamburg Area from WKYT Studio
Saturday will feature a lot of low clouds lingering throughout the day. Areas of patchy drizzle or sprinkles will be possible. Highs might stay closer to the 40-degree mark in many areas:
If you’re heading into downtown Lexington for the annual tree-lighting early Saturday evening, plan on a cold one, with temps dropping into the upper 30s.
A couple of big storm systems take aim at the region the first half of next week. These can deliver a lot of wind, rain and a few thunderstorms. The rainfall could be heavy:
From Wednesday on, the models indicate the potential for some wintry weather trying to kick in as we start December.
Speaking of December, some of the seasonal models for the month are showing some big cold invading the country:
Have a great Friday and take care.