Strong and severe thunderstorms will be possible late tonight. We'll be tracking strong winds, large hail and even a risk of isolated tornadoes.
Most of the state will be under mostly cloudy skies all day Saturday, as rain and a few rumbles of thunder continue to work into southeastern and central Kentucky through Saturday afternoon.
Light to moderate showers will increase in coverage across the Commonwealth during the early evening, as highs peak in the mid to lower 60s. And with more showers and scattered thunderstorms overnight, most areas will pick up anywhere from .25” to .75” of rain through tomorrow morning.
By Tuesday we’re clearing out of the rainy pattern, at least for a day, allowing temperatures to stretch into the 80s for some! Enjoy the warm up while it lasts, as another cold front zeros in on the Commonwealth during the second half of the week.
As that front arrives, storm chances are on the increase once again Wednesday and Thursday, with highs falling into the upper 50s Thursday. By Friday Spring takes another short break, with highs dipping into the mid 40s! Just to give you an idea of where we are normally at this time of year, the average high temperature for April 27th is right around 69 degrees.