Clouds will dominate the sky today for most of the state, but there could be a bit more sunshine peeking through for areas across S/SW KY. Regardless, it will be an uneventful day with highs a little cooler than yesterday due to the additional clouds and cooler air settling in on a N wind. Highs will hover around the 40° mark for the northern half of the state… with highs in the mid 40s for parts of Southern KY.
Tonight, temps will hover around the freezing mark. Then, we’ll monitor some precip that’s expected to slide into Western KY early Wednesday morning. Forecast models indicate that there could be a wintry mix for some areas West of I-65 the 1st half of the day…and nothing more than a dusting is expected. By the afternoon, any precip will be in the form of hit/miss rain showers…mainly south of I-64. This moisture will be affiliated with an area of Low pressure that’ll stay south of our area. Yet, an upper level disturbance will also be moving towards us, and it’ll help develop some precip late Wednesday night into Early Thursday morning for some areas. A wintry mix is possible for the northern half of the state during that timeframe, but there won’t be much more than a dusting (if that). It’ll move out by sunrise Thursday as High pressure takes control. Highs Wednesday will stay near 40° with Mid 40s on deck for Thursday.
Then the next chance for precip looks to be late Friday into Saturday morning. There will be a chance for a wintry mix…stay tuned for updates.
Sunday (also known as Super Bowl Sunday & Groundhog Day) brings dry conditions with a return to ABOVE AVERAGE temps… 50s.