Good Wednesday to one and all. Our run of summer temps is coming to an end, as a fall cold front charges into the Bluegrass State. This front arrives Wednesday night, bringing much cooler air for the next several days.
Ahead of the front, highs will be well into the 80s on a gusty southwesterly wind. A broken band of showers and storms could accompany the front into town during the evening:
Temps as we head into Thursday look much better. Highs will generally range from the upper 60s to the low 70s across most of our area. Here’s the NAM forecast:
Friday will be another nice day, with highs of 70 to 75 degrees for much of Central and Eastern Kentucky. Winds will be gusty ahead of another front marching in from the north. That arrives Friday night with a small chance of a shower or two. Most of the rain action stays well to our north:
Highs this weekend will generally range from the upper 60s to the low 70s. Lows drop deep into the 40s.
Temps early next week are again in the middle and upper 70s, with just an outside shot of a shower or storm on Tuesday. From there, the readings try to make a run at 80 by the second half of the week.
Make it a great Wednesday and take care.