NOWCAST THROUGH LATE MORNING:
Light showers, patchy drizzle and areas of fog.
5am: 39° 6am: 38° 7am: 38° 8am: 38° 9am: 39° 10am: 39° 11am: 39°
ONE MORE RAINY DAY:
After a rainy Sunday, we look to see another rain-filled day with a good chance of showers, patchy drizzle and fog across Southern Kentucky. Temperatures will be slightly cooler in the low 40s today as a cold front begins its march across the region. Tonight, as temperatures fall below freezing, there could be a brief period of mixed precip but little impact or accumulation is expected.
A QUIET WEEK AHEAD:
High pressure builds over the central and eastern parts of the US over the coming days setting up a fairly quiet weather pattern. For Tuesday through Thursday, Kentucky will be on the east side of the high pressure ridge which means a north wind and cooler temperatures. Highs will range from the mid to upper 30s daytime, 20s nighttime. As the center of high pressure moves east of Kentucky, a more southerly wind flow will warm us into the upper 40s and into the low 50s this weekend.
Occasional Rain, Patchy Drizzle and Fog…High 41, winds N-10
Rain Ch. 90% – Rain Amount 0.25″
Impacts: Wet roads
Cloudy and Colder, Ch. of a Winter Mix…Low 29, winds N-10
Precip. Ch. 20% – No accumulation expected
Impacts: Wet roads, A few icy spots
Mainly Cloudy and Cold…High 34, winds NE-8