Adam Burniston’s Forecast | A chill before mild temperatures surge in
LEXINGTON, Ky. (WKYT) - After a chilly start to this next week, a warm surge will take over by the middle of the week bringing in some pleasant conditions.
While we had decent conditions this afternoon, a Frost Advisory will be in effect for late tonight and through the overnight hours as temperatures fall. We’ll see temperatures fall through the 50s this evening and into the 40s and 30s late tonight. The coldest temperatures will settle mostly across parts of central, eastern, and northern Kentucky. Southern regions will still be cold overnight, but the frost threat won’t be quite as substantial in those areas.
By Sunday morning, many areas will be waking up to temperatures in the mid to lower-30s. After a frosty start to the day, cool temperatures will still last throughout the morning and afternoon hours. Highs are only expected to reach the mid to upper-50s for many areas. The good news is that we’ll have plenty of dry conditions for any Easter plans you may have. The threat of rain doesn’t enter the forecast until late Sunday and into Monday.
Showers will pass with a cold front early Monday morning, continuing our cold stretch of weather for the workweek’s start. While the remainder of Monday and much of the week will stay drier, highs will remain in the 50s through Tuesday. By the middle and latter parts of the week, our warm surge will finally enter in with the 60s on Wednesday, and then we could be talking about upper-70s for the end of the week into next weekend. Another rain/storm threat doesn’t look to enter back into the forecast until parts of Thursday.
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