Flurries are possible Monday morning, but we’ll have sunnier and warmer weather up to next weekend.
LOUISVILLE, Ky. — Clouds will increase overnight with a few areas of patchy fog also possible before sunrise Sunday morning. It should not be widespread. Cold temperatures overnight with lows in the low 30s/upper 20s and a light and variable wind. Sunday sees a mix of sun and clouds with dry and chilly temperatures. Highs in the middle 40s with a north breeze around 5 miles per hour – pretty typical for early December.
Sunday night into Monday morning may see some flurries or snow showers, followed by some sprinkles. Snow will not accumulate and travel will not be affected. Temperatures dip into the upper 30s and low 40s for Monday underneath a mostly cloudy sky and a north wind.
The rest of the work week looks pretty good. Lots of sunshine Tuesday-Thursday with temperatures increasing to the middle – possibly even upper – 50s by Thursday and Friday. Friday, however, brings change. Long term models suggest a storm system may bring us rain sometime next weekend. Naturally there’s a lot of uncertainty, but for now small chances of rain will be left in for Friday through next weekend.
TONIGHT: Increasing clouds with isolated fog possible. Low: 28°. Wind: Light & Variable.
SUNDAY: Partly Sunny and dry. High: 46°. Wind: N 5-10 mph.
MONDAY: Morning flurries, otherwise mostly cloudy and chilly. High: 41°. Wind: N 5-10 mph.
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