NOWCAST THROUGH LATE MORNING:
Fair to partly cloudy. Patchy fog toward daybreak.
6am: Mostly Clear 57°
8am: Mostly Clear 62°
10am: Mostly Clear 75°
OCTOBER STARTS WARM:
Unseasonably warm weather will persist a little while longer. October begins dry with lots of sunshine and readings soaring into the mid and upper 80s another day. Our weather stays quiet through tonight with mild lows in the upper 50s to near 60 under fair skies.
A potent storm system moving in from the Plains late Thursday will provide us with our best shot at widespread rain in many weeks! Sunshine will give way to clouds Thursday afternoon, with showers and storms likely Thursday night through Friday morning. Thursday will be the last of the very warm days for awhile, as highs reach the upper 80s before a cold front sweeps through. Friday’s highs will only top out in the mid 70s as much cooler, Canadian air spills into South-Central Kentucky.
MORE FALL-LIKE WEEKEND:
Some of the coolest air of the season will be felt Saturday. We’ll start the weekend with highs only in the lower 60s under a mix of sun and clouds. Readings moderate a tad with a little more sunshine Sunday. Sunday morning’s lows could be our chilliest in nearly five months…diving down into the lower 40s! A small chance for a shower follows the weekend on Monday.
Mostly Sunny, Continued Warm…High 87, winds SE-5
Mainly Clear with Areas of Patchy Fog…Low 59, winds Calm
Breezy and Warm with Afternoon Showers…High 88, winds S-12
Precip Ch. 20% – Rain Amount 0.05″