LEXINGTON, Ky. (WKYT) - Scattered showers and thunderstorms will make their way across the Commonwealth with cooler air filling in behind it
As we continue into the evening and overnight hours, storms will continue to build across much of southern and central Kentucky before moving to the east. Some of these storms could be on the stronger side, but overall the severe threat has been diminished due to cloud cover this evening. Temperatures going into this evening are expected to drop into the 60s and likely even lower if you get under some heavy rain.
By Thursday morning, temperatures will be starting the day in the mid to upper 50s. Scattered showers will remain around the region as the remnants of the low pressure moves further off to our east, so overall it will likely be a very dreary day. Through the afternoon and evening hours, our highs will stay on the cool side only rising into the mid to upper 60s for many areas. Cloudy skies will also stick around with the damp weather before things begin to dry up overnight.
Heading into the end of the work week, conditions will be beautiful for Friday and most of Saturday as well. Highs on Friday are expected to reach only into the mid-70s, and then Saturday will be slightly warmer, but overall we will have some dry days to enjoy. By Sunday and onward, we are stuck in another active system that brings scattered storms to our region most days into the beginning of next week.