Cool and fall like conditions are continuing in our forecast throughout much of next week along with Irma bringing an impact to the Bluegrass.
A bit of a chilly start to your Sunday will be in store. Temperatures as you get up will be in the lower 50s with a light breeze so you may want a jacket as you head out. These cooler but nice conditions will continue into the afternoon as highs only reach into the lower 70s. This will be nearly 10-12 degrees below our average for this time of year. A mix of sun and clouds will be around throughout the day with dry conditions continuing to dominate our forecast.
Moving into the start of the work/school week we continue with below average temperatures. Clouds will increase throughout Monday as remnants of Hurricane Irma moves closer to our region. There is still some uncertainty on timing of this rain, but Monday night our southern regions should start to see showers moving in. Then by Tuesday, heavy showers and storms will continue throughout the day across the state bringing some localized flooding threats. Rain chances will decrease but continue throughout much of the week before we start to see some drier conditions return by next weekend.