Good Wednesday to one and all. We have another absolutely awesome weather day taking shape across central and eastern Kentucky. This nice weather will be joined by milder temperatures, but some thunderstorms look to crash the party.
Let us begin with today and roll forward. Highs are generally hitting the upper 50s to low 60s with a mostly sunny sky. This nice stuff carries us into Thursday as temps warm into the upper 60s for many.
That dry weather may change Thursday night into Friday with scattered showers and thunderstorms creeping back into the mix:
That doesn’t look like an all day rain by any means, but it could cause a few issues for outdoor activities.
A strong storm system rolls into the Great Lakes on Saturday, dragging a cold front across Kentucky. Winds will be very gusty with widespread showers and thunderstorms around. The current trend is for a faster moving front than the past few days:
Strong storms are possible ahead of this front, with much colder air coming in behind it. That colder air shouldn’t last very long with a quick rebound into next week. That kicks off what is likely to be a warmer than normal April for much of our region. The GFS Ensembles show this milder pattern taking hold into the first of the month:
Have a Wonderful Wednesday and take care.