Happy Saturday, folks!! Warm temperatures and sunny skies are on tap, with a pleasant weekend ahead of us.
Dancing into the weekend, like… (Tenor Gifs)
A strong area of high pressure in the upper levels of the atmosphere is centered over the southwestern part of the United States. This area of high pressure is allowing a northwest flow in the mid-to-upper levels of the atmosphere to filter into the Ohio River Valley which will contribute to keeping the weather dry during the weekend.
Northwest flow will help keep the area dry during the weekend! (Pivotal Weather)
At the surface, high pressure exists to the east of the area and as the weekend progresses, it will continue moving east. This area of high pressure at the surface will allow return flow to kick. This happens when an area of high pressure moves to the east of the area, wind circulates clockwise around high pressure usually coming in from the south. Return flow will allow warmer temperatures and more moisture to pump into the region.
Return flow will keep the temperatures warm! (Pivotal Weather)
Heading out the door this morning, temperatures will be in the middle-to-upper 60s. South winds at around 10 mph will pump in warm air throughout the day, allowing the temperatures to rebound back up right around 90 degrees. Other than the development of some popcorn-like cumulus clouds during the afternoon hours, the area will be dry.
Mood after hearing today’s forecast!! (Tenor Gifs)
During the overnight hours on Saturday, temperatures will drop back into the upper 60s with clear skies. Things don’t change a whole lot from what they are like today while we head into our Sunday. Temperatures rise back into the lower 90s with sunny skies, again don’t rule out some scattered clouds throughout the afternoon.
High temperatures around the state of Kentucky on Sunday. (NWS)
Shower and thunderstorm chances return as week head into the first half of next week.
That wraps up your Monday wxornotBG forecast, thanks for tuning in and I hope you all have a great week! Make sure you look for further updates on our live weather feed @wxornotbg!