Good Thursday to one and all. We continue to track a strong cold front toward the bluegrass state. This boundary will arrive late Friday into Friday night, with gusty rains introducing the chilliest air of the young fall.
Let’s begin with what’s happening out there today and roll forward. Highs will generally be in the 70s with a mix of sun and clouds. There is the smallest threat for a shower going up, but most stay dry.
The timing of the Friday front should bring it into western Kentucky during the afternoon then across the rest of the state through Friday night. A line of showers and storm will accompany said front and winds likely gust to 30mph or so:
A 30 degree temperature drop is likely with this front in just a few hours. Readings ahead of it may spike close to 80 on Friday, then wind up in the 30s by Saturday morning. That chill would then keep many in the 50s on Saturday, with a frost threat Sunday night.
Seasonally chilly air will be with us for Sunday and Monday, with the next system ready to move in on a winter looking flow by Tuesday and Wednesday:
Make it a terrific Thursday and take care.