Good Monday evening! What a way to start out our new week…sunny skies and warm temperatures by the afternoon! We have some big changes coming for this week, though.
Tomorrow and Wednesday:
A deceptively sunny, warm day…we’ll see clouds roll in ahead of a cold front and temperatures will rise to the upper 60s to around the 70-degree mark.
Late-day rain develops and during the late-night hours Tuesday night into Wednesday, some of the rain could change over to a few snow showers. Accumulations would likely be limited to grassy surfaces given the warm pavement temperatures and even that grassy coating would be gone by Wednesday afternoon as temperatures rise into the upper 40s to low 50s.
Thursday and beyond:
As temperatures cool to the low 30s Thursday morning, a few areas of frost are possible. Thursday’s highs warm to the mid-50s with a good amount of sunshine and Friday starts off dry but clouds will be on the increase ahead of a weekend disturbance that will bring a chance for scattered showers as early as Friday night.
A warming trend starts Friday as highs move back up in the low 60s and by Sunday, we’ll see the mid-60s as highs across South Central Kentucky. Monday is looking even warmer as the mercury will rise into the low 70s!
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