WNKY 40 Weather Forecast
Forecast: Clearing out and cooling down
It’s Wednesday morning…halfway through the workweek! The main area of showers has moved east of the WNKY viewing area now but a few remnant showers are hanging around. They will move out over the next few hours. After that, we’re looking at a cool, windy day with clouds moving in and out with a few peeks of sunshine.
Wednesday night is looking quite chilly with clear skies. Some areas of frost are possible, so bring your plants inside (or, if you can’t bring them in, cover them over). Thursday will be a near-carbon copy with cool temperatures but more sunshine. More chilly temperatures and the chance of frost for Thursday night into Friday morning.
By Friday afternoon, we’ll see temperatures rising into the upper 60s and daytime highs will rise into the mid-70s by the weekend with morning lows in the 40s and 50s. The first half of the weekend looks dry but by Sunday, another cold front moves in with another chance of showers and thunderstorms. The storms will stay with us for the first part of next week but we’ll see daytime highs dropping back into the 60s with overnight lows in the 40s after the weekend.
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