Chris’ Tuesday Morning Weather Briefing 10/11/11
THE WORK WEEK AHEAD
After many days of practically ideal weather, some cloudiness is moving into the region from a tropical disturbance spinning over the southeastern U.S. This disturbance slowly heads northward over the next couple of days. While it may spin some more clouds into the region today there’s only an outside chance for an isolated shower exists over far eastern/southeastern sections near Lake Cumberland. Temps could be a little cooler but still above seasonal averages (upper 70s). We’ll have similar readings Wednesday, and while much of that day appears dry, our best shower chances in a couple of weeks show up Wednesday night into Thursday as a cold front moves through. Cooler, more seasonal air takes over behind this system for Thursday and Friday.
EARLY LOOK AT THE WEEKEND
At this time, it looks like we’re going to follow up a brilliant weekend of weather with yet another brilliant weekend of weather! Lots of sunshine is expected both Saturday and Sunday, with highs in the upper 60s to near 70 Saturday before some warming takes place late in the weekend.
Partly Sunny, Showers SE…High 76, winds E-6
Partly Cloudy, Showers SE…Low 54, winds Calm
Partly Sunny, Chance of Showers…High 77, winds SW-6
Rain Chance 20% – Rain Amount .05″