A significantly warmer air mass is streaming into eastern Kentucky this weekend. We will have some high clouds moving in from the northwest with filtered sunshine to warm us into the upper 60s near 70°.
The heart of the warmer weather moves in Monday. After starting the day around 50°, we warm up near 80° in the afternoon as the stretch of dry weather continues into the start of the work week.
A cold front will bring changes by the middle of the week. Showers and a few rumbles of thunder will move in Tuesday evening and last into Wednesday morning. We will see clearing skies Wednesday afternoon with cooler air moving in.
The cooler weather will last into Halloween with highs only in the mid 50s. There is a chance for a stray shower. You will want to stay updated with the Halloween forecast since there is still some slight disagreement with our computer models. One thing is for sure... fall weather is making a comeback. Highs only in 40s next weekend.
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