A weak cold front will continue to push west to east across Kentucky today. Expect a few scattered showers and isolated storms for the first half of today with the precipitation ending west to east this afternoon. Afternoon temperatures reach on either side of 80 degrees with winds shifting to the northwest after frontal passage. Skies partially clear tonight with patchy fog developing, especially points east. Be wary of some tough driving conditions for your Wednesday morning commute. The rest of tomorrow and Thursday look dry and warmer with highs in lower 80s Wednesday and upper 80s Thursday.
The big changes begin Friday. A strong cold front is expected to arrive from the northwest. Scattered showers and thunderstorms develop in advance of and along the front. While we are three days out, it does appear that some of these storms Friday could be strong, possibly severe. This event is still in the relatively distant future (in terms of severe storm outlooks); we’ll continue to monitor the progress and timing of the upcoming frontal boundary. Either way, expect a pleasant, cooler and dry weekend with highs in the 70s and overnight lows in the 50s.
Don’t forget the umbrella today although many west of I-75 won’t need it during the afternoon.
Have a great Tuesday,
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