LEXINGTON, Ky. (WKYT) - Now that a front has stalled to our south, rain chances will keep coming our way.
Waves of energy will be moving along that frontal boundary. Each time we get one, we see rain increase. One of those chances is out there now and probably thought that afternoon and evening hours. Those showers will likely be heavier across southern and eastern Kentucky. That’s the zone that has the best chance of rain.
Another wave will begin moving south of us again late tonight and early Wednesday morning. This system will also bring some showers to Kentucky. These showers might be more secluded to southern Kentucky. Some of it might reach as far north as of I64, but the best concentration will be closer to the Hal Rogers Parkway.
The remaining days of the week will stay chilly and even down right cold for some. A mainly dry front will pass through on Thursday. What it lacks in rains, it makes up for with cold air. Temperatures tank behind it with highs on Friday running in the upper 30s and low 40s as possibilities. Those numbers will feel pretty chilly for us. Especially, considering how warm it has been lately.