LEXINGTON, Ky. (WKYT) - After heavy rain and thunderstorms caused minor flooding Friday night, much drier and better weather will be moving in just in time for the weekend.
As we start this weekend here on Saturday morning, conditions aren't too bad with morning lows in the upper 30s and lower 40s. There is still some showers in eastern Kentucky that have yet to move out, but those chances will continue to decrease through the morning, and then everyone will see beautiful and dry conditions for the afternoon with partly cloudy skies. Highs for your Saturday will be in the upper 40s and possibly a few areas in the lower 50s.
Moving into your Sunday, we will be continuing to look at some nice weather again. To start the morning, lows will drop into the mid-30s for a bit of a chilly start with some areas may be experiencing a slight frost. Then by the afternoon, highs are expected to reach into the lower 50s with some mid-50s even showing up for parts of southern Kentucky. Conditions will remain dry again for Sunday with partly cloudy skies throughout the day.
Heading back into the work week we will see some changes around our area. Two fronts will make their way into our region through the beginning of the week bringing in some scattered rain chances first and then behind the front much colder air will fill in. By Wednesday, we could see the possibility of some flurries flying, but we are still too far out to tell for sure if anything could accumulate. Temperatures throughout the week will drop from the upper 40s for highs all of the way down into the mid to upper 30s as highs, which is where we should be for this time of year.