Adam Burniston’s Forecast | Springing forward into better weather this week
LEXINGTON, Ky. (WKYT) - After a winter storm to end last week and start this weekend, we are beginning to see the early signs of our warmup coming back into the forecast with plenty of quiet days ahead.
Gusty winds and cool temperatures will be staying with us this evening and tonight. While we made it into the 40s earlier, it felt much cooler as winds gust upwards of 30+mph. Now through tonight, we’ll fall through the 30s, and many could end up in the 20s overnight. The good news is that we are staying dry tonight and through the next several days.
By Monday morning, you’ll want a coat as we begin the day in the 20s and the 30s with breezy winds still around. Fortunately, plenty of sunshine will be around again for the day with southerly winds that will help boost those temperatures. Afternoon and evening highs are expected to reach the mid to upper-50s, with some 60s showing up across southern regions.
Mostly all of the work-week ahead will stay on the dry side. We’ll keep our warming pattern going through the middle and latter part of the work-week, with the 50s turning to the 60s and then the 60s turning into possibly the 70s. We do have one very weak system that tries to pass through late Tuesday and into Wednesday, but it appears that moisture may be a problem for it, so at this time, a small shower or two would be possible. It’s not until Friday and into the start of next weekend before we see our next real potential for widespread showers to enter back into the forecast with a slight cool down in the temperatures.
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