Much cooler air sweeps in

Good Monday to one and all. A cold front is finally pushing across Kentucky and is bringing an end to the rounds of heavy rain. Behind this comes a much cooler than normal air mass that looks to take control of our weather for a while.

That front is rolling in from the west with rounds of showers and storms ahead of it. Heavy rains will continue to cause local high water issues, so keep that in mind. Here are your daily dose of rain trackers:

Cool and dry winds will blow in late this afternoon and evening. That will set the stage for a very cool Tuesday as temps may hit the upper 40s to start:

Highs will generally run from 70-75 degrees with a mix of sun and clouds.

Another deep trough dives in from the northwest late Wednesday and Thursday. This will bring some gusty showers and thunderstorms with it:

That’s a cool setup that turns even cooler. Thursday’s highs may struggle to get to 70 in some areas. Lows by Friday morning may take another dip into the 40s for some:

Yet another deep trough may dive in here next weekend. This one may have more showers and thunderstorms to work with:

Temps will continue to run very cool and the GFS says we make another run toward the 40s for lows:

Enjoy your Monday and take care.

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