Good Tuesday to one and all. We are dealing with a surge of September temperatures into the bluegrass state for the next several days. This is bringing some of the nicest weather of the summer for much of the rest of the week.
Highs out there today are generally in the mid and upper 70s with partly sunny skies. Humidity levels are way, way down as a mix of sun and skies show up. The weather for Wednesday looks to be very similar, but lows will be even cooler. Readings will be in the middle 50s for many and that may put Lexington within reach of a record.
The record low temp is 55 degrees and there’s an outside chance we get there.
There is a small threat for a popup shower this afternoon and again Wednesday afternoon. That’s as the cold pocket of air upstairs does some work:
Temps for Thursday and Friday return to the widespread 80s, but the air is still very comfortable.
Remember that tropical system near the Bahamas? It’s now Tropical Depression number 3, but is not expected to strengthen further:
That should have no impact on our weather.
A few showers and storms will try to crank this weekend and early next week. That’s ahead of another trough that tries to dig into the east next week:
We shall see how that shows up in the coming days.
Have a terrific Tuesday and take care.