Tracking a cold front toward Kentucky

Good Wednesday, everyone. We have a cold front marching toward the state and it will arrive later tonight and early Thursday. This will bring an increase in showers and winds, but will bring a decrease in the numbers from your car thermometer as spring arrives.

Ahead of this front, temps surge to around 60 today with a mix of sun and clouds. A few showers move in later this evening, with the bulk of the action coming later tonight and Thursday morning.

Here are your radars to track the drops in from the northwest:

A much colder wind will below on Thursday as highs stay in the 40s. Clouds will linger, making for a rather raw day across central and eastern Kentucky.

Friday may be a slow starter, but improves as the day wears on. Highs should be able to climb back toward the low 50s.

Temps then head toward the 60s this weekend as a strong west to southwest flow kicks in. This is ahead of a bowling ball type system rolling across the country from west to east The first arrives early next week and looks ugly:

The pattern taking shape into early April has a very blocky look to it:

Have a wonderful first day of spring and take care.

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