Good Monday to one and all. We are coming off a perfect weather weekend in the Bluegrass State, with hopes that the nice weather stays around for a while. That certainly looks to be the case to start the week, but we have changes blowing in to end it.
Highs Monday through Wednesday are generally in the mid- and upper 70s for much of Central and Eastern Kentucky. A local 80-degree high is possible. Skies stay mainly dry, with a gorgeous mix of sun and clouds.
A cold front makes a run at us by Thursday, with an increase in clouds and the chance of a shower. Those shower chances should increase by Friday and Saturday, with our front slowing down on top of the state:
Obviously, temps will come way down during this time.
From there, we will be watching for a potential tropical system developing in the eastern Gulf of Mexico. That system could get picked up by a deepening trough, digging in across our part of the world:
The air coming in behind that system for next week is looking colder and colder on the forecast models:
We will see just how cold things can get, but I suspect that the tropics will have the final say in that.
Make it a great Monday and take care.