Eastern Kentucky Weather

Temps in the 50s: How long will it last?

After a mild weekend with temperatures in the 50s, colder weather is eyeing eastern Kentucky.

 Saturday was the warmest day of the weekend with high temperatures touching 60 degrees during the morning hours, around 30 degrees above average. Eventually a line of showers and thunderstorms cracked the whip on temeperatures a bit by dropping them a few degrees into the afternoon. The high temperature map for Saturday is below.

Map from NWS Jackson.

Mild conditions will last into Monday. With the warmer conditions comes the next chance of rain. The rain showers will eventually transition to snow showers during the day on Wednesday as the colder air filters in from the northwest. Highs will struggle to reach the freezing mark, allowing some light accumulations in a few areas.  

We will continue to track this potential of light winter weather through the week.

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