Rounds of showers and storms continue to push across the region. This action is packing a lot of lightning and heavy rainfall. Flash flooding is possible through Wednesday.
Our run of gorgeous fall weather is about to come to an end. A big time pattern change is taking place across North America and this will usher in a cold period for the bluegrass state.
The changes start to show up Tuesday as scattered showers and thunderstorms develop. Those storms will be ahead of a cold front that plows through here Wednesday.
Highs Tuesday will hit the low 70s then drop into the low 60s for Wednesday.
A wave of low pressure will roll northeastward into the state Thursday. This quick hitting system will bring rounds of showers to central and eastern Kentucky. It will also help keep temps below 60 in some spots.
Another cold front arrives over the weekend and that may bring the threat for frost or freezing conditions.