Severe weather looks likely later this afternoon. The best chances appear to be between 3 p.m. and Midnight. Damaging winds, large hail, heavy rain, and an isolated tornado or two are possible. The area at the greatest risk for severe weather in eastern Kentucky is in the Cumberland Valley, near the I-75 corridor. Keep it locked here for updates.
The coldest temperatures of the season, to this point, will be felt over the next 36-hours. Our day begins in the 40s (some 30s) under overcast skies. However, as this Thursday moves along, our temps will fall into the mid-to-upper 20s by this afternoon. Expect snow showers, too, with a light dusting for most all areas as the highest elevations may see up to one-inch of accumulation. Winds of 10-20 MPH from the Northwest will keep the "feel like" temperature very, very brisk. Tonight will be a bitterly cold night with readings between 9 & 14 above.
How about our weekend? Lots of sunshine will highlight Saturday and Sunday. Highs climb to the mid-40s Saturday and lower 50s on Sunday.