LEXINGTON, Ky. (WKYT) - After dealing with a few rounds of rain over the past couple of days, we are now entering a brief dry period.
Many of us will begin seeing some more sunshine this afternoon and evening. Especially, along and north of I-64. Clouds might hang around for a little while longer to our south and east. Either way, it will remain chilly through the day. In most cases we'll hover around the upper 40s for highs.
Another frontal boundary will begin sweeping toward Kentucky on Thursday. Out ahead of the cold front we will see highs jump into the mid and upper 50s. Winds will increase long before that front arrives. Most cases we will see gusts 20 MPH or higher at times. This front will arrive with very little moisture, but with plenty of cold air.
After the front makes its way across Kentucky, the big push of colder air will be here. It looks like temperatures might even struggle to get out of the upper 30s for many folks. Throw in some breezy conditions and it will be rough around here. Those overnight lows will be hovering around the mid 20s with wind chill readings much colder. Maybe even around the upper teens.