Good Thursday to one and all. We are dealing with a much colder brand of air blowing across the region for the next few days. This air might be cold enough to spawn a few snowflakes later Thursday night. Hang tough — it gets better for the weekend.
Highs Thursday will generally be in the 40s, with strong northwesterly winds that could reach 35 mph. Rain showers will be around to make this a pretty ugly weather day:
The air gets cold enough Thursday night and early Friday morning for a few snowflakes to fly. The GFS shows the most likely chance of this across the eastern half of the state:
Better weather blows in for Friday afternoon, with highs in the upper 40s to low 50s for the first day of the spring meet at Keeneland. That sets the stage for a very nice weekend. Highs for Saturday hit the 60s, with highs in the 70s showing up Sunday.
Temps could make a run at 80 on Monday:
Another cold front dives in Tuesday, with the threat of some strong storms:
After a bit of a cool down behind that front, the pattern tries to go much warmer.
Make it a great day and take care.