Good Tuesday to you friends. We are starting off the day with some scattered showers and patchy dense fog across Eastern Kentucky. The dreary weather will continue for most of the day but shower coverage should decrease later in the day. Highs this afternoon will only top out in the upper 50s.
We have a chilly night on tap as skies go partly cloudy. Folks in the Cumberland valley will see lows in the mid 30s with upper 30s in the Kentucky River Valley and some lower 40s in the Big Sandy. A few scattered showers will be with us Wednesday morning in the Big Sandy, but most of the region will stay dry. Highs will top out in the upper 50s once again.
Thursday and Friday will feature mainly sunny skies and highs in the 60s. We have a slight chance of showers on Saturday as an upper level disturbance passes through the mountains, but I think most of us will only see an increase of cloud coverage and not a lot of precipitation.
Warmer weather enters the forecast for Sunday and Monday as southerly winds take over our weather pattern. Lower 70s are forecast highs for both days.
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