With less than three weeks to go until the first day of winter (21st), we're about to head into an active winter weather pattern over the next week.
Thick overcast skies will stick around through Saturday with high temperatures in the mid to low 40s. These thick clouds will stick around into Sunday with light rain and possibly a few flakes over the southeastern mountains.
A bigger rain maker rolls in here by late Monday into Tuesday. Rainfall amounts of 1" will be possible over just 48 hours.
A true arctic front sweeps into the Bluegrass late Wednesday into early Thursday. Highs by the end of the week will settle into the 20s with lows deep into the teens. Combine those cold temperatures with gusty winds and temperatures will feel even colder.
Oh...and snow showers are likely into Thursday and Friday too.