Good Sunday, folks. Let me start out by saying a Happy Mother’s Day to all the moms out there in blog land. Unfortunately, mother nature isn’t bringing the best of weather days your way. Gusty showers and cool temps are on the gift list from the big momma. 🙁
The heaviest rains are falling across southeastern Kentucky and this may cause a few issues. Some minor flooding is possible early on today. For the rest of the area, showers are more scattered and should slowly taper from west to east later today.
Here are your Mother’s Day trackers to keep you company:
Highs today will only make it to the upper 50s and low 60s. Gusty northwesterly winds will add a little extra chill to the air.
Another system drops in here on Monday, bringing more gusty winds and scattered showers. This will help keep many thermometers locked into the upper 50s and low 60s for highs…
As skies clear up Monday night, temps drop to around 40 degrees…
Some of our colder valleys may drop into the upper 30s. The rest of the day will feature a mix of sun and clouds and temps in the 60s.
The northwesterly flow will bring another chance for showers and storms to town by Wednesday:
After that works through, temps should rebound toward normal for later in the week into next weekend.
Make it a great Mother’s Day and take care.