Timing is everything and this final weekend of April finds rain in the forecast. As an area of low pressure moves across the Commonwealth today. The impact will be rain with a chance for a thunderstorm. Total rainfall is expected to be around an inch. The chance for severe weather looks to be limited to southern Kentucky. Highs this afternoon in the mid 60s.
By tomorrow the area of low pressure will be to the east. Impacts tomorrow will be cooler temperatures in there mid to upper 50s on a northwest wind. Wrap around moisture around the low will produce a few showers mainly during the morning.
A break in the active weather pattern Monday as we enjoy some sunshine along with temperatures in the upper 60s. Rain chances start to ramp up again Tuesday night into Wednesday. Highs both days in the low to mid 70s.
The tranquil weather won’t last long as another storm system makes a run at the Ohio Valley into the mid-week. Right now it appears the bulk of the rain and storms will arrive Tuesday night and into Wednesday with the chance for a lingering shower Thursday.
May arrives next Friday with sunshine and a high of 70.
SATURDAY: Occasional rain showers.. High: 66. Wind: E 10-15 mph
TONIGHT: Rain showers. Low: 54. Wind: N 5-10 mph.
SUNDAY: Breezy and cooler with a few showers. High: 57. Wind: NW 10-15 mph.
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