Eastern Kentucky Weather

Fall Feel About To End

Chief Meteorologist Shane Smith takes a look at a forecast that goes from a fall feel back to something closer to summer.

After a really cloudy day across the mountains of Eastern Kentucky, the clouds are thinning out, skies are clearing out, and temperatures are getting ready to drop.  We will see some dense fog on Thursday morning and then skies will go partly cloudy.  A weak front will dip into the region and may spark off a few isolated afternoon showers.  The NAM model is picking up on the chances.

 

 I think most of the region will stay dry tomorrow.  Temperatures start heading back towards summer averages starting on Friday.  We will be a little below average with highs in the lower 80s.

 Highs will return to the mid 80s by Saturday and with it we will see a mix of sun and clouds.  Humidity levels shouldn't be too high so it should be a comfortable warmth.  

 

 Heading into next week the forecast takes a turn back to the soggy side as a series of storm systems look to enter the region.  The first moves in late Sunday into early Monday.

 We will keep shower chances around on Tuesday and Wednesday as another system works through the region.

 

While Monday looks overall pretty soggy, I think the rain on Tuesday and Wednesday will fall in more of a scattered fashion.  Until next time, take care!

 

-Shane Smith

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