WNKY 40 Weather Forecast
Forecast: Another cold night before we start on a warming trend
Good Wednesday evening! Rain and snow showers have moved out and skies will start to clear during the late-night hours but we’re going to see some very cold conditions along with the clearing skies.
Showers and flurries continue to move out and by morning, we’ll see lows in the low to mid-30s. The southern and western parts of the WNKY viewing area are under a frost advisory until Thursday morning and the northern and eastern parts of the viewing area are under a freeze warning until Thursday morning. Another reminder to bring in your plants or cover them over if you can’t bring them in so they don’t die.
Another chilly day across South Central Kentucky sets up, and while the daytime hours will be dry, a few rain showers will move in during the overnight hours and that will set the stage for a wet Friday!
Friday and beyond:
Temperatures start to rise on Friday, with highs reaching the low 60s but timing any outdoor activities will be tricky, with morning rain showers clearing out before another system brings rain chances starting Friday night.
That system will touch off showers and even a few rumbles of thunder on Saturday. Temperatures will be a bit cooler on Saturday, as well, with highs not rising out of the upper 50s.
Sunday will be warmer with highs in the 60s once again and we’re back to the 70s on Monday and then for Tuesday…how does a high of 80 degrees sound? The forecast models are pointing to a nice warming trend heading into next week. We’ll see highs pull back to the upper 70s on Wednesday as another storm system moves in, bringing rain chances with it.
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