Jim Caldwell's Forecast | Cooler air will not last long

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LEXINGTON, Ky. (WKYT) - Another front moved through yesterday. It brought rain and some much cooler temperatures to the area. This airmass will not sit still for an extended period of time.

Just like so many close brushes with true Fall air, this one will not hang around for us to enjoy. Temps will remain lower than what we have seen here recently. A lot of locations probably hover around the mid 60s for afternoon readings. These numbers will come with mainly dry conditions.

Our run through the leaves in the cool crisp Fall air is pretty much over on Friday. Highs will be running back up the thermometer Friday afternoon. It looks like most areas will see low and mid 70s on their thermometers. With numbers like that, we find ourselves above average yet again. In case you were wondering, normal highs for this part of October should be around 69.

The warmth will keep showing up around here through the weekend. Another cold front will March across Kentucky on Sunday night/Monday morning. It likely brings some showers & thunderstorms. I wouldn't be shocked to see something a little stronger. We'll be moving from another summer feel to a true fall feel. Highs will run in the mid 70s on Sunday before tumbling deep into the low 60s by Monday. Numbers like that will get your attention in a hurry! We'll probably even see some upper 30s on a couple of mornings next week.



 
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