Good morning and Happy Mother’s Day! Clouds stick around making for a gloomy Mother’s Day. Also, congratulations to all the Western Kentucky University graduates who received their diplomas yesterday!
Happy Mother’s Day (Tenor Gifs)
The forecast calls for cloudy skies throughout the day, also, you can’t rule out a few showers during the late morning hours. With this thick cloud deck overhead, temperatures around the area will be on the cool side. Highs will top out in the low-to-middle 60s.
Temperatures will be on the cooler side for Mother’s Day (COD)
A low-pressure system will slide through the lower Great Lakes region, which will help keep temperatures cooler and clouds overhead heading into Sunday night. By daybreak on Monday, clouds will begin to break as an area of high pressure will make its presence known as it moves into the region. Highs on Monday will top out in the middle 60s.
Partly sunny skies return for the start of the work week! (Tenor Gifs)
A Look Ahead: Tuesday and Wednesday
Beautiful conditions will set up over the area on Tuesday, as the area of high pressure centers itself over the Bluegrass State. Plentiful sunshine is expected on Tuesday as northwest winds throughout the atmosphere keep the sky cloud-free. Highs around the area will approach the 70ºF mark.
Can’t complain about the sunshine and warm temperatures on Tuesday (Tenor Gifs)
Clear conditions will translate into Tuesday night, the clear skies will allow low temperatures around the area to drop into the upper 40s.
On Wednesday, a weak low-pressure system with an accompanying cold front will slide across the area during the afternoon/evening hours. This will bring back the chance for some showers and thunderstorms during the afternoon and evening timeframe on Wednesday. Highs on Wednesday will top out in the lower 70s.
That wraps up your Mother’s Day wxornotBG forecast, hope you all have a great day and a great start to the work week! Make sure you look for further updates on Facebook and Twitter!