It’s going to be a cooler day compared to yesterday with highs primarily in the 50s…generally 10 degrees or so below the average. Clouds will dominate the sky, and rain is likely for areas south of I-64. The rain will be affiiliated with a strong area of low pressure that’s sliding across the Gulf Coast states today (plus and upper level disturbance sliding over our area). Rainfall estimates up to 1″ will be possible for Southern and SE KY…much less farther north. Areas along I-64 could see a few scattered showers, and areas north of I-64 may only get isolated showers at best. The rain ends this evening, and temps fall into the 30s tonight.
Dry for Wednesday as High Pressure takes control, but additional clouds may hold on for the Eastern half of KY. Highs will remain below with average with Mid-Upper 50s expected.
It starts to warm up by Thursday with Highs climbing back up to around average (Low-Mid 60s)…then 70s return by Friday. The next chance for rain after today will be this weekend as a cold front moves into the state. The timing of the front still varies; so, stay tuned for updates.