Good Saturday to one and all. Our wild weather ride is about to take on a much different look in the coming days. Instead of tracking flooding and severe storms, a BIG cool down is on the way this weekend into much of next week.
Tropical Depression Cindy brought all kinds of problems on Friday. From flooding rains to downed trees and power lines, we had it all across central and eastern Kentucky. Thankfully, things are looking better out there today.
Highs this afternoon will be in the upper 70s to around 80 with a mix of sun and clouds.
Sunday looks even better with 50 to start and middle 70s to end. It doesn’t get much better than that… Or does it?
Another front arrives Monday with a small shower chance. Highs on Monday may not get out of the lower 70s:
Tuesday morning lows from that same model are pretty amazing to see:
Record lows are a strong possibility if skies are clear.
As a matter of fact, the GFS has more cooler than normal temps showing up through the 4th of July week:
Make it a great day and take care.