Good Friday to one and all. We have some very pleasant temperatures in store for central and eastern Kentucky over the next several days. That’s good news for folks who will be spending a lot of time outdoors.
The bad news comes with a slight chance for a few showers out there this evening. Those showers may impact area high school football games, especially in central Kentucky. This action isn’t going to be terribly widespread.
Here are your radars to follow whatever is out there:
Temps continue to be the story of the day. Many areas start this Friday in the low 50s with mainly clear skies. Afternoon clouds increase as highs stay in the upper 70s to around 80.
Saturday looks like another really nice day as a few clouds linger. Highs only make it into the mid and upper 70s for many. If you’re heading out to Kroger Field to watch the Cats Saturday night, things look great with readings dropping into the 60s.
Another system drops toward us late Sunday into Monday. Clouds will stream in ahead of this and a shower or thunderstorm will also be possible.
Temps behind that shower threat will take off and turn toasty into the middle of the week. This will come with a few showers and storms that should increase late in the week as a potent front approaches from the west:
Hurricane Dorian continues to push across areas of North Carolina today. This storm has caused a lot of destruction along the southeast coastline:
As this storm finally pulls away from the Carolinas today, it will likely deliver a glancing blow to areas of the northeast:
With Dorian getting out of the way, we will start to talk about fall and winter in the coming days.
Have a great Friday and take care.