Eastern Kentucky Weather

Rain is Rolling Our Way

We have entered another dry period in our forecast. This will only be the case through Friday.

A big storm system is moving across the country. The area of low pressure will roll our way with a trailing cold front. We'll begin seeing some clouds when the system gets closer on Thursday. If the cloud cover is thick enough it could hold temps down into the upper 60s to right around 70. If it holds off we could jump above 70 degrees.

The front gets here on Friday and will bring a solid chance of rain to the entire area. Pre-frontal temps will soar into the mid and upper 70s. Post frontal temps will drop like a rock! We'll be lucky to hit the 60 degree mark on Saturday. Then weekend lows could get stuck in the mid & lower 40s. I think some valley locations might even dip into the upper 30s.

C-Ya Bye

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