Today is the Start of an Unsettled Pattern

Rain is the name of the game today due to a slow moving cold front that will cross tonight! So, expect periods of rain throughout your Tuesday, and it will be moderate to heavy at times. Severe storms are not expected, but constant downpours over the same areas could lead to localized flooding. Unfortunately, moderate to heavy rain is possible through Thursday. However, we’ll get a break from the heavier rain for most of Wednesday as the cold front that crosses tonight moves away (briefly).  The front will move back north and an area of low pressure slides in Wednesday evening…bringing the rain back.  Between Today and Thursday night, a range of 2″ – 4″ of rain will be possible across the state (highest amounts across Southern & Central KY). Flooding is a concern; so, stay up to date on possible Flood Alerts that could be issued later this week. 

Highs will reach the low 60s before the front crosses, and it gets much colder behind it.  Expect to wake up to 30s by Wednesday morning.  Temps will reach the 40s by the afternoon, and we’ll keep 40s (maybe even some some 50s for Thursday). Friday, light snow showers can’t be ruled out with highs only in the 30s. 

For now, we’re watching Saturday as it looks like a quick moving system could bring a few showers our way (and maybe some accumulating snow for SE KY)…stay tuned for updates. 

Sunday, looks like the best day with sunshine and seasonable temps.