Tracking a weak cold front across Kentucky

Good Saturday and welcome to the final weekend of April.  We are tracking a weak front across the state and it’s bringing a few showers and storms with it. This is part of a northwesterly flow, bringing much cooler than normal temps our way through Sunday.

Our Saturday starts with temps in upper 30s and low 40s. Winds will be gusty through the day as clouds thicken ahead of our front. A few late day showers and storms will be possible, but this action looks fairly scattered:

Windy and cool weather settles in for Sunday as highs struggle to get to the 60 degree mark. There could still be a leftover shower or two to start.

Temps surge back into the mid and upper 70s on Monday with a storm or two ramping up. The warmest day next week may come on Tuesday as temps can reach into the 80s:

Showers and thunderstorms really begin to increase by Wednesday and Thursday of next week as temps stay very warm. The latest trend on the models is to sweep much of the showers and storms to our east with cooler temps for Oaks Day and Derby Day:

That would be a very nice scenario, but it would also be a fairly cool scenario. Watch how we go from well above normal to well below normal:

Have a great Saturday and take care.

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