LEXINGTON, Ky. (WKYT) - While we wait for rain chances to ramp back up Monday, well below average temperatures will settle into the Commonwealth
Happy Mother's Day to all mom's out there! While mother nature wasn't too kind with the damp and dreary weather today, this evening we will finally start to see all rain chances moving out of the region. However, we are going to be tracking even cooler air moving in through the evening with temperatures falling into the lower 50s and then by tonight even dropping into the 40s.
As we continue into the work week on Monday, conditions will only get colder. Morning lows to start your day will be down into the mid-40s with breezy winds and the possibility of a few scattered showers coming through during the morning hours. By the afternoon, we will still be tracking windy and damp conditions with highs only reaching the upper 50s and around 60 for some. Once this last system of rain moves through, some drier weather will start getting in place.
Tuesday morning will be the coldest morning, but it also starts our warming trend back to more average temperatures later in the week. From Tuesday through next weekend we will see highs go from the mid-60s to the mid to upper 70s. Most days will feature dry weather as well with some sunshine in the forecast. Wednesday and Thursday could throw in a very slight chance of isolated showers, but while some people will see that chance come true, others will have completely dry days.