FORECAST : Strong cold front brings rain, wind, and a big cool-down to the region.
Saturday morning will feature temperatures in the 60s, but be prepared to bundle up for any Saturday evening plans you may have! Temperatures will crash hard behind that cold front, which may produce strong to severe storms through the early afternoon hours. The main threat will be damaging winds as gusty conditions outside of rain showers could be enough on their own to produce some minor damage.
Sunday will be well-below normal, with highs only reaching the middle 40s and very cold overnight lows falling into the mid to upper 20s. This will set up a below-normal work week, with the exception of Tuesday, as chilly conditions persist through the Thanksgiving holiday. Be sure to stay with your WNKY weather team for the latest and most up to date forecast for south central Kentucky.