Showers and thunderstorms will continue this evening. A Flash Flood Watch remains active until 8pm for southeastern Kentucky.
Most of us are likely waking up with a little frost on the grass and windshields this morning. That chilly trend is going to stick around for the rest of the weekend. Highs Saturday will stay in the mid fifties. While you might want to bundle up if you’re heading out and about Saturday afternoon, you can definitely leave the umbrella at home.
It will feel extra chilly at times this afternoon, with wind blowing out of the southwest between 5-15mph. The good news is there will be lots of sunshine, with just a few high clouds.
Bundle up if you’re heading out Saturday night! Temperatures will drop to around freezing by morning under clear skies.
Sunday looks to stay mostly dry as well, but a cold front moving through the Bluegrass could bring a stray shower to some. Temperatures Sunday afternoon will top out in the lower fifties.
A slight warming trend gets us back on the Fall bandwagon by the middle of the work week, with highs returning to the mid and upper sixties. But by Halloween, another storm system could sweep through the state, bringing more chilly weather and even a few showers for the holiday.