Mixed Precip Possible Late Tonight/Tomorrow

Good morning, Kentucky, and welcome back to wxornotBG! We’ll remain under cloudy skies today with mixed precip possible late tonight/tomorrow. I’ve got all the details below!

Ain’t No Sunshine Today

You know that song “Ain’t No Sunshine” by Bill Withers? Well… that pretty much sums up today. Overcast conditions will make the sky look gray and dull. Our high temperature should make it into the low-40s but that’s about it.

Looking for some sun today like… (Giphy)

Mixed Precip Timing and Chances

Precipitation shouldn’t come into play until after midnight tonight and chances will increase slightly as the sun comes up tomorrow. Snow flurries mixing in with the rain can’t be ruled out. These rain chances look stick around for much of tomorrow and we’ll only reach the low-40s, so definitely pack your rain gear. We should be in the clear by midnight headed into Thursday.

Precip moves into the area late tonight and will stick around for much of tomorrow. (COD)


Our pavement is still relatively warm (currently about 46.7° in Smiths Grove), so accumulations shouldn’t be too much of a concern. With that being said, still use caution when driving or walking on pavement because slick spots can’t be totally ruled out.

Pavement temperatures provided by the Kentucky Transportation Cabinet.

Some Sunshine on Thursday

Things will calm down a little bit on Thursday. That disturbance that could potentially bring us mixed precipitation on Wednesday will be moved off to our east and high pressure will start to move back in. Partly cloudy skies and highs in the mid-40s should make for a pretty normal day.

Things look a little more calm for the Commonwealth on Thursday. (WPC)

That concludes today’s post! Be sure to follow @wxornotBG on Twitter and like our page on Facebook to stay updated on the mixed precip chances for late tonight/tomorrow. Have a great day!

Wx 1/28/2

A foggy start makes way to cloudy, colder conditions today; wintry mix possible tonight into Wednesday.Details in your Final Finish weather update:

Posted by Landon Hampton on Tuesday, January 28, 2020