A band of heavy rain continues to sink southward into the region. We will have to keep a close eye on this later this evening into tonight. The rest of the forecast remains unchanged with a major winter storm moving in late Wednesday and Thursday.
The final Friday of 2013 is here and it looks like a great one. We'll most likely see temperatures climb into the mid 40s for most. That puts us above average for this time of year. It will be quite refreshing for many.
The first part of your weekend will be even better. Daytime highs will hover around 49. With many hanging out right there on the borderline... we could certainly see highs in the low 50s in some areas.
Following that milder air will be a surge of moisture. A disturbance will push rain into the area late Saturday night and into Sunday. Rain chances will likely be better in southern & eastern Kentucky.
An Arctic front will sweep in on the heels of the rain maker. It might catch up with just a little moisture and transition it over to snow for Monday. Once this big swing in the pattern settles in... we'll see a much more active pattern. Several snow chances heading into the first few days of 2014.