Good Friday, folks. It’s a fairly soggy day in the region as we track a cold front across the bluegrass state. This front is dropping in from the north, bringing MUCH cooler temps into the weekend. This is the first of three cold front set to impact our weather over the next week.
Showers and storms will slowly end from north to south today, but this may be a little too close for comfort for the start of the high school football season. Some of this action may linger, especially in the south. Temperatures should be very pleasant for this time of year:
Here are your Friday rain and storm trackers:
Overnight lows drop into the 50s as that cool/dry air takes control from the north. This will also set the stage for an awesome looking Saturday. Highs will generally range from the upper 70s to low 80s with low humidity and a mix of sun and clouds.
The threat for showers and storms will return quickly on Sunday as our flow becomes southwesterly:
Moisture from the Gulf will stream northward early next week and interact with a cold front. Here’s Monday:
That will be followed by another front later in the week, possibly setting up an even cooler brand of air for Labor Day Weekend.
Have a great day and take care.