Starting our day on a soggy note as showers continue to cover Kentuckiana. We’ll see a few more rounds of rain today thanks to an area of low pressure nearby and steady stream of Gulf moisture moving in from the SW. The cold front trailing this system helps to move the rain east of us by early Saturday morning.
Saturday still may not be totally dry though thanks to another cold front and wave of low pressure moving eastwards towards us. That could bring a mix of rain/sleet/snow for Saturday afternoon. Ground temps are still too warm for any of the snow to stick for long.
Clearer skies for Sunday after a dry cold front clears our area so we’ll see chilly sunshine and some breezy conditions to end the weekend and start next week.
It looks like our next system may arrive Tuesday into early Wednesday and bring a mix of rain then snow. Still not much agreement between models on which type of precip we’ll get so we’ll keep an eye on it heading into the weekend.
FRIDAY: Scattered rain continues. High: 58. Wind: SW 5-10 mph.
TONIGHT: Light rain. Low: 37. Wind: Calm.
SATURDAY: Breezy and colder with a mix of rain/sleet/snow possible. High: 40. Wind: NW 10-15 mph.
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