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Adam Burniston’s Forecast | Cooler and active pattern staying around

Published: Oct. 24, 2020 at 4:01 PM EDT
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LEXINGTON, Ky. (WKYT) - While some days will feature dry time, our pattern shifts through this week, bringing multiple chances for showers and thunderstorms.

While most will stay dry through this evening, we can’t rule out a light drizzle or isolated showers to develop for some tonight. Either way, it will be a chilly night where you’ll want to keep a jacket around. Temperatures will be staying around the mid to upper 40s tonight with a light to moderate breeze around as well. Skies will stay mostly cloudy.

By Monday, temperatures will try to surge a little more, but still, struggle to get back near our average for this time of year. Morning temperatures will begin the day in the upper 40s and lower 50s and then through the afternoon, highs are expected to reach into the lower to mid-60s with warmer conditions across southern Kentucky. While we’ll feature more dry time out there on Monday, scattered showers will still be around through the morning, and then better chances will come in later Monday ahead of another system.

As a front stalls across our region, storm chances will become more widespread on Tuesday, but this will only be the start of a very active and wet pattern. We’ll then watch the tropics as another system organizes and could bring some tropical moisture into our region by late Wednesday and Thursday. There is still some uncertainty in the second half of this next week as models struggle with a complicated pattern, but we’ll keep you updated with the latest.

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