Bands of heavy snow are now working through Central Kentucky. By the time this system ends on Thursday some areas will pick up more than 1 foot of snow.
There's no doubt about it that we are in an early summer-like pattern. There's no stopping that anytime soon either. Only a very slight chance at a shower today, but virtually all of us stay dry with highs in the low to mid 80s. This warm air is more like the warm air we feel in mid to late June.
The warm air doesn't stop there. We really increase our temperatures on Wednesday with highs in the mid to upper 80s. This could be flirting not only with the 90s in some locations, but with a possible record. The record temperature is at 89°. The warmth continues on Thursday before a front heads our way on Friday.
An active weather pattern slides in on Friday with showers and thunderstorms. During the daylight hours it'll mainly be for west of I-75, but that rain pushes east through the night. Saturday continues to look like our best chance of rain. Prepare for a soggy one and have a back up plan for any events.
Meteorologist Micah Harris