STILL WET WEDNESDAY, THEN DRIER (BUT COOLER):
Rain will continue to move through much of South-Central KY as another frontal system arrives from out of the Plains. Additional rainfall tallies of 1-2″ are possible before we slowly dry out from northwest to southeast this afternoon. It will be cooler with north winds and clouds keeping temperatures from climbing beyond the mid 50s during the day. As skies clear out tonight, readings will plummet into the lower 30s. Sunshine returns Thursday, though it will be quite chilly before some warming takes place Friday.
THE WEEKEND/EARLY NEXT WEEK:
The weekend starts dry before our next weathermaker moves in late Saturday night into Sunday. It now looks likely that we’ll see rain and a few thunderstorms Sunday, with potential for more heavy rain with this system. Showers linger into Monday before we dry out Tuesday. We’re breezy and mild Saturday before a return to more seasonal temps Monday and Tuesday.
Periods of Rain, Ending Late…High 58…winds N-12
Precip Chance 100% – Precip Amount .50-”.75″
Partly Cloudy and Colder…Low 32, winds NW-5
Sunny, but Chilly…High 50, winds NW-8