Good morning, Kentucky, and happy Saturday! Hope you all are ready for a relaxing couple of days, as we have a seasonable weekend ahead.
Temperatures are in the high-20s and the winds are coming from the north at about 7 mph. The sky will be partly cloudy and road conditions will be slightly wet and slushy from the overnight snow.
Today will be on the cooler side with temperatures topping out in the low-40s. There may be some breaks in the clouds, however, the skies may be cloudy throughout the day. Precipitation chances will increase this evening as the winds start to shift and the temperatures decrease into the mid-30s.
Slight Warm-Up on Sunday
Temperatures will start in the mid-30s then work their way up into the low-50s. A cold front will be passing by mid-day, which will cause a northern shift in wind direction. This shift will draw in colder temperatures Sunday evening. The low-temperatures will range into the low-40s to high-30s. Expect rain throughout the day tomorrow.
Washington’s Birthday is Looking to be Seasonable
The start of the school/work week will be seasonable. Temperatures will be in the mid-40s with partly cloudy skies. We’ll get a chance to recuperate from all the rain we’ve been getting.
The temperatures will drop into the low-30s, so make sure to have that heavier jacket handy on Monday night.
Bringing Back the Rain on Tuesday
Tuesday morning will start out dry. As temperatures rise into the 40s, the precipitation chances will remain. Tuesday will have some rain here and there, while temperatures are expected to decrease into the high-30s by Tuesday evening.
Showers for the Rest of the Week
Rain chances start on Wednesday and remain until Friday. Temperatures will range from the high-30s to the mid-50s. Along with the rain, thick clouds will take place throughout the day with some breaks in the clouds for the sun to shine through.
That is all I have today! Enjoy the weekend and take in that sun every chance you get, clouds will be covering the sky most of the time and the temperatures will make for a seasonable weekend ahead. Follow @wxornotBG on Twitter for the latest updates and weather conditions.