If you’re a fan of Fall Weather, then I’m sure you enjoyed yesterday! Today will remain pleasant, but a southeasterly wind this afternoon will help to warm temps into the upper 70s. Then, temps jump into the 80s for Thursday and Friday ahead of our next storm system that will arrive as we wrap up the workweek.
Rain chances increase by Friday afternoon/evening for areas along and west of I-65, then rain chances increase overnight into Saturday morning for areas east of I-65. Since our state remains under a signifcant drought, this rain will definitely be helpful. Rainfall estimates won’t be as high as what many areas received earlier this week, but around .25″ – .5″ of rain is possible (we’ll take it!). Although showers will linger into Saturday morning for parts of the state, your weekend won’t be a wash-out. Rain moves out by Saturday afternoon for Eastern KY, then High pressure takes over from the SW.
Get ready for a big drop in temps behind the front, as temps go from low 80s on Friday to low 60s by Saturday ( a 20° difference…wow!) . Then, get ready for a COLD morning…especially Sunday morning as lows drop into the 30s.
The way it looks right now, Columbus Day looks nice and warmer with low-70s on deck. Stay tuned for updates.