The remnants of Ian finally move out allowing a high pressure to take control of our weather as we start the week. Expect a mostly sunny sky, for the majority of next week as highs warm to the middle and upper 70s by Thursday.
A wild wind ushers in cooler and drier air for Central and Eastern Kentucky as we start the new workweek. A reinforcing cold front will push across the area, on Tuesday, cooling temperatures to the middle 60s, for highs, by Wednesday. Overnight lows cool to the middle 30s, by Thursday morning, and that means some of you could see frost. Forecasting models continue to disagree on what could happen next weekend, with Ian, for now, I’ve increased clouds and our chances for rain. If Ian tracks farther west, our region could see intense rain, for the weekend.
Good Friday morning everyone! It is a foggy start for many of us in central and eastern Kentucky with temps in the upper 50s and low 60s. Another excellent sunny day is on tap for us and will likely continue into the weekend!
Good Sunday morning everyone! It is a cloudy day starting with temps starting in the upper 60s and low 70s. Eventually, rounds of showers and stroms will make their way across the state, with a fall-like feel to follow.
It was a bad day to be a tennis ball at Woodland Park on September 10, 2022. The Lexington Humane Society held their annual ‘Doggie Paddle’ where over 300 dogs showed up to take a swim for a good cause.