Good Thursday, everyone. Our cold front is slowing down just to our southeast today, keeping leftover showers across parts of Kentucky. As the showers fire back up, our temps are feeling much, much cooler.
We have a wave of low pressure rolling northeast along the stalled boundary. This is throwing another round of rain across most of the state, with heavier amounts possible in the east and southeast. That’s where some local high water issues could develop:
Here are your Thursday shower trackers:
With today’s showers comes some very cool high temps:
A morning shower is possible on Friday in the southeast, but clearing skies take control with lows dropping into the high 40s for some:
Highs are mainly in the upper 60s and low 70s for much of the east, with higher numbers west.
There’s almost another weak front moving in Friday night and early Saturday, bringing a little cooler brand of air for Saturday. Highs are generally upper 60s and low 70s central and east, with middle 70s west.
The nice weather rolls into Sunday, but active weather appears to work back in next week. We will watch a couple of systems bring more rounds of showers and storms our way:
Have a great Thursday and take care.