A slow moving cold front is crossing the state, and it’ll lead to periods of rain throughout the day. At times, the rain could be moderate to heavy…but severe weather isn’t expected. Rain will gradually taper off from west to east behind the cold front; so, it should be less rainy by the PM Commute (although scattered light showers will be around). Highs today will hover around 50°, then it gradually cools off once the cold front crosses. Tonight, get ready for 30s across much of KY….and another quick dose of rain will slide by before 9AM. Rainfall amounts Today through Tuesday morning will range from .5″ (near the Ohio river) to 1″ or more across SSE KY. Expect dry conditions the rest of the Tuesday, and highs will be close to average with upper 40s.
MORE RAIN is expected by Wednesday affiliated with a strong cold front that’ll cross the state. Additional rainfall could be up to 2″ for some areas, and this will be falling on already saturated ground. So, FLOODING is a big concern. Make sure to stay up to date with the forecast…because Flash Flooding is a possibility.
Behind Wednesday’s rain event, MUCH COLDER AIR moves in by Friday Morning with temps falling in the TEENS. So, get ready for chilly Valentine’s Day, but there will be plentiful sunshine! Highs will only reach the freezing mark.