The chilly start to the morning leads to a warmer and pleasant afternoon with highs in the mid-upper 70’s. However, a surface low pressure system and its attendant cold front will barrel through the Commonwealth later this afternoon as showers and storms ramp up.
Breezy winds, showers, and a few storms will work across Eastern Kentucky through tonight. Mostly cloudy skies take over as lows eventually drop off into the low 50’s.
Scattered showers and storms will continue throughout your Thursday as cloudy skies and unseasonably cool temperatures win out. Highs Thursday afternoon only climb into the mid 60’s as a dreary Fall day prevails.
The cooler weather with rain chances is expected into Friday and the first part of the weekend as this pesky upper-level low hangs out across the state. Temperatures hang tough in the mid-upper 60’s both Friday and Saturday before thermometers finally warm up late weekend.
The system responsible for the cooler, wet weather scoots eastward into early next week as plenty of sunshine and warmer temperatures return. Highs gradually warm into the low 70’s Sunday before mid-upper 70’s return next mid-week.
Sky Alert Chief Meteorologist