Strong and severe storms continue to push across central and eastern Kentucky. This action should begin to wind down over the next few hours.
Just as spring and winter would have it we are going back and forth for our weather. Fortunately the "back" part is over with for now and we can move forward. That starts today, which really lasts for the next several days. Highs today will be in the upper 50s to lower 60s under mostly cloudy skies. It'll look like it can rain at any moment, but no rain expected.
Showers will creep in ahead of a weak disturbance tomorrow, but not a washout by any means. Our temperatures stay put in the 50s. The first day of spring, Thursday, looks to be pretty nice with average highs, mid 50s, and partly cloudy. The best day in the seven day forecast continues to point toward Friday. Winds will kick up out of the south giving us temperatures in the 60s by afternoon and staying dry.
Another disturbance races eastbound during Saturday morning throwing scattered showers through the area. Once this system drives on through cooler air filters in behind for Sunday and into the start of next week.
Meteorologist Micah Harris