Adam Burniston’s Forecast | Some dry time before another active pattern
LEXINGTON, Ky. (WKYT) - Make sure to get out and enjoy the second half of our weekend because another active pattern is around the corner with more rain and another big cool down late next week.
A few isolated to scattered showers are set to move through this evening and tonight as a weak system pushes through our region. Overall, these should pass fairly quickly as temperatures remain slightly below average. We’ll fall through the 50s for this evening and up into the 40s for tonight, with light to moderate winds making it feel chillier. Skies will remain mostly cloudy with a clearing at times.
Some patchy frost will be possible by Sunday morning as temperatures begin the day in the mid to upper-30s. The good news is that we’ll have another dry day with a mix of sun and clouds throughout the afternoon and evening hours. Highs on Sunday are expected to reach around 60, which is still slightly below average, but will still feel nice out.
Temperatures continue to climb through the 60s on Tuesday and Wednesday before we see another significant drop for the latter half of next week. While temperatures are on the climb, we’ll also have to deal with showers and thunderstorms increasing on Tuesday and then again Wednesday afternoon as a cold front finally sweeps through. These storms could have another potential to be strong, so we’ll watch that threat. After Wednesday, scattered showers will remain around through the end of the week, with models even trying to throw out a bit of mix by Friday and Saturday as temperatures crash. By the end of the week, highs may barely get into the 40s with even colder wind chill values.
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