After a beautiful start to 2020 with sunshine yesterday, we’re looking at some changes to the forecast beginning as early as the middle of this morning. Showers will move in from the southwest throughout the day so grab the rain gear as you head out the door. We’ll likely see rain by lunchtime here in Louisville.
Rain will continue tonight into much of tomorrow with the rain becoming more scattered into Friday evening. As temps drop Friday night into Saturday morning, we could see a little wintry mix and some light snowfall. Our ground temps are too warm for much of it to stick though.
Clouds decrease Sunday and we should be dry to start next week.
As we head into the middle of next week, we may get our next chance for rain move in by late Tuesday, but models aren’t quite sure on timing/precip chances just yet so stay tuned!
TODAY: Cloudy with scattered rain moving in; breezy. High: 51. Wind: S 10-15 gusting 25 mph.
TONIGHT: Rain throughout the night. Low: 48. Wind: S 5-10 mph.
FRIDAY: Scattered rain continues. High: 59. Wind: SW 5-10 mph.
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