High pressure is going to have an influence on our weather today, but it’s going to be a “dirty high” due to mainly cloudy skies (especially this AM). Don’t worry about rain today, but after Midnight showers do return to parts of KY. Areas along and south of I-64 could expect a few showers early Tuesday morning, but they will move out by Midday. Highs today will stay in the mid 50s, but highs spike into the low 60s for Tuesday.
Wednesday, a cold front will cross by the late afternoon…and scattered showers (maybe a few thunderstorms) are possible ahead of it. It’ll also be unseasonable warm by more than 20 degrees with highs in the Mid-Upper 60s before the front crosses. In the wake of the front, it cools down dramatically with Mid 30s by Thursday morning. Highs Thursday will be seasonable with Mid 40s.
Friday, a warm front lifts north…then a cold front crosses on Saturday morning. So, both days, expect unsettled weather. For now, Saturday looks to be the wetter of the two days with possible storms…stay tuned. Highs Friday will be in the 50s with falling temps on Saturday behind the front (that’ll cross in the morning).