Fall temperatures are here, mostly dry days ahead

(WYMT) - We started the day off soggy, but as the front moves out of Eastern Kentucky, we will be dry heading into Thursday evening.

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Tonight & Tomorrow
We should see sunshine by this afternoon, making way for clear skies this evening and into the overnight hours. Temperatures continue to fall throughout the evening. Temperatures could get down into the upper 30s overnight in valley spots. Otherwise, lows tonight will be in the low 40s.

Friday looks to be a beautiful, crisp fall day with highs only reaching the upper 50s. Fall is here. We will see plenty of sunshine for your Friday.

Be sure to grab a jacket if you're going to any festivals or Friday Night Football.

Clouds will start to increase in the evening hours as a weak disturbance approaches the mountains. We could see a couple showers overnight, but any Friday night activities should remain dry.

Weekend Forecast
Waking up Saturday should be dry, but a lingering shower cannot be ruled out. We will see mostly sunny skies and highs in the upper 50s.
Lows will dip down into the low 40s.

Sunday will start out dry, but clouds and rain chances from another cold front will increase into the afternoon hours. Rain chances Sunday evening are scattered. Highs Sunday will be about 60 degrees with lows in the low 50s. Temperatures will not chance much due to overnight cloud cover.

Extended Forecast
The cold front begins to move into the mountains Sunday night into Monday. We will again have a midnight high on Monday, with temperatures dropping through the daytime hours. Rain chances will ramp up, making for a soggy start to the new work and school week.

As for the forecast after that, let's just take it one model run at a time. We'll keep you posted.

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