An upper level system could bring a few flurries or sprinkles Monday but otherwise our weather looks quiet for awhile.
LOUISVILLE, Ky. — After a dreary finish to the week across Kentucky and Southern Indiana, our weather is looking dry and pleasantly cool for the first weekend of December. With a mix of clouds and sunshine Saturday, afternoon highs should reach the mid-40s, slightly below average for this time of the year. We may see a few more clouds on Sunday as an upper level system approaches from the north with highs sticking in the middle 40s. We could see a few flurries or sprinkles along with cooler air as the upper level energy passes through on Monday. Temperatures may struggle to reach the 40-degree mark for afternoon highs with the clouds and bit of moisture around.
Once that system exits the area, the rest of the week looks dry as temperatures slowly moderate. We should be back above the 50-degree mark by Wednesday and jump into the mid-50s for Thursday and Friday. Another storm system may approach our area from the southwest heading toward next weekend, but it should remain dry as we close out the week on Friday.
TONIGHT: A few clouds and cold. Low: 34°. Wind: W 5 mph.
SATURDAY: Partly sunny, pleasantly cool. High: 45°. Wind: N 5 mph.
SUNDAY: Clouds increase, still cool. High: 46°. Wind: SE 5-10 mph.
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