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Good Good Friday to one and all. Our Easter Weekend is off and running on a pretty good weather note and it only gets better from here. Mild air and sunny skies will combine to make Easter Sunday about as nice as it can possible be here in Kentucky.
We do run the smallest risk for a shower or thunderstorm out there today as a weak cold front enters the picture. Most of the area should remain dry, but regional radar will help you track whatever is out there…
Saturday will see a mix of sun and clouds with temps ranging from the middle 60s in the north to the low 70s in the south and west. Easter Sunday looks even better with sunshine and temps in the 70s for highs. Honestly, it does not get much better than that.
A weak cold front rolls in early next week and could spark a few showers or thunderstorms. After a short-lived drop in temps behind this front, summer looks to surge in here for the middle and end of the week…
80s will be possible during this time, but we will need to watch that trough across the plains states. It could become a severe weather maker as it comes out.
The setup to end the month and start May looks warm, but this type of pattern could turn into a very stormy one at some point…
Good Thursday, everyone. I come to you today with a much better looking forecast and that makes me a happy weatherdude. Contrary to popular belief… I love all the seasons, but want them to act the part. Spring looks to finally be up to the lead role in our weather movie.
Highs today will reach the mid and upper 60s with mostly sunny skies.
Temps by Friday will be back in the 60s with the slightest chance for a shower or thunderstorm going up. This action is along a weak cold front that moves into the Ohio Valley. Weak being the key word.
Easter Weekend continues to look great with sunny skies and temps running on the mild side. The highs from the European Model continue to climb…
We will have the chance for scattered showers and thunderstorms around early next week. That should be followed up by a big blast of warm air for the middle and end of the week…
Have a great day and take care.
Good Wednesday to one and all. After snow and a hard freeze in the middle of April, there is only one way to go from here. Temps will begin to warm out there today and will really ramp up in the coming days. While this isn’t a very warm pattern, it’s not too bad going forward.
Highs today will rebound into the mid and upper 50s for much of the state under a mostly sunny sky. Thursday will see readings back into the mid and upper 60s and that’s about normal for this time of year.
Friday will see a weak cold front dropping in from the northwest. This boundary will deliver the threat for a scattered shower or thunderstorm. With that system looking weaker, the Easter Weekend weather is looking better. Check out the highs from the European Model…
There could be another weak system working in for early next week with another threat for scattered showers and thunderstorms. Most of the models are trying to pop a warm pattern for the middle and end of next week…
That’s what the GFS is seeing. The European Model is also showing some pretty toasty temps…
Good Tuesday. Old Man Winter has bullied his way back into the bluegrass state and is delivering some ugly stuff. A period of light snow is starting off a very cold few days that will likely feature a hard freeze across the entire region.
Here’s a breakdown…
- Light snow and flurries will be across central and eastern Kentucky early in the day. Some light accumulations are possible on elevated and grassy surfaces.
- Temps today will start in the low 30s and only recover to around 40 for central and eastern parts of the state. 40s will be noted in the south and west.
- A HARD FREEZE is likely tonight into Wednesday morning. Thermometers will drop into the low and middle 20s. Green thumbs are on alert!!
- Wednesday will see sunny skies with temps hitting the 50-55 degree mark for highs.
- Thursday and Friday will see the 60s back in town. Easter weekend looks a bit unsettled with a chance for a shower or thunderstorm. Temps should be a little below normal.
Let’s get to tracking
Hamburg Area from WKYT Studio
I-75 @ Winchester Road Lexington
I-75 @ Iron Works Pike Lexington
I-75 @ Clays Ferry Bridge South Between Lexington and Richmond
US 60 @ US 127 Frankfort
US 127 @ Frankfort Frankfort
View of Downtown
I-75 at MP 36 London
I-71/I-75 at Buttermilk Pike Near Covington
I-71/I-75 at Mt. Zion Rd.
I-64 @ 3rd St. Exit Louisville
Downtown Louisville @ 2nd & Broadway Louisville
I-65 @ 234 Near Bowling Green
I-24 MP 7 @ US 62
Stay warm and enjoy the day. Take care.
Good Monday, friends and neighbors. Our summer weekend is now in the rear-view mirror and we are staring at something ugly through the windshield. Winter is ready to blow back into the bluegrass state and deliver a does of ugly stuff over the next few days.
Today is the big day of change as a monster cold front pushes across the state. Widespread showers and thunderstorms will be noted ahead of this front and a few of the storms could be strong. Winds will be very gusty as temps surge toward the 70s ahead of the boundary. Watch how quickly the bottom falls out…
That is just a wild drop that will be accompanied by winds gusting to 40mph. The cold air looks to catch the back of the precipitation shield and switch it over to a period of light snow and flurries late tonight and Tuesday morning…
A grassy accumulation is possible across much of central and eastern Kentucky. I’ve seen situations like this put down a narrow band of heavier snow. That will be something to watch for as it’s happening.
Highs Tuesday may not get out of the 40-45 degree range with a wind chill in the low 30s. Mid 20s are possible by Wednesday morning and that could result in a hard freeze.
We look to rebound into the 60s by Thursday with another rain maker lurking for Friday. The big Eastern weekend looks cooler than normal with the chance for a shower or two hanging on.
Let’s track today’s big changes…
Enjoy your Monday and take care.
Good Sunday, folks. This is about as nice of a weekend as you will ever find here in the bluegrass state. Temps around 80 and sunny skies have teamed up to throw a summer tease our way. While it feels like summer now… Old Man Winter fights back for a few hours this week.
Highs today will likely hit the lower 80s for most of the state. Winds will be rather gusty as clouds increase from west to east. These clouds are ahead of a powerful cold front that swings in here on Monday. Rounds of showers and thunderstorms develop tonight in the west and will roll eastward tomorrow.
A few of the storms could be strong or severe as we transition from summer to winter…
With temps heading toward freezing and lingering moisture around, a period of light snow and flurries will be possible into early Tuesday. Some of the models suggest a grassy accumulation…
That it likely a bit too aggressive, but I can’t rule it out. If that produces any flakes across the state, it would mark the 7th straight month it has snowed in Kentucky. While I haven’t had a chance to do the research, I can’t imagine that has happened more than a handful of times in recorded history.
Highs Tuesday will stay in the 40s with lows in the upper 20s for Wednesday morning.
Temps will rebound into the 60s by Thursday into Friday. That’s when another rain maker rolls in with a drop in temps for Easter weekend…
Enjoy your nice Sunday and take care.
Good Saturday and welcome to a surge of summer air. Temps over the next few days will feel more like early June than the middle of April. I doubt anyone will be complaining of that coming out of the winter we just had. Speaking of winter… it’s trying to throw one more jab our way for the week ahead.
Let’s start with the good stuff and that’s what we have out there now. Highs today will reach the upper 70s to around 80 degrees for most areas. There is still enough juice to spark a stray storm or two. Track away…
Thermometers for Sunday will head toward the lower 80s with a gusty southwesterly wind. This will set the stage for a strong cold front to enter the picture on Monday. Showers and thunderstorms will be likely. Some of the storms may be strong or severe.
The air coming in behind this front is pretty darn cold and could could meet up with leftover moisture to produce some flakes of snow. The GFS has joined the spring bashing party…
Check out how much of the country is expected to be below normal next week…
Have a great Saturday and take care.
Good Friday to one and all. We have a taste of summer air blowing into town for the weekend, but it may come with a bit of a price. A few thunderstorms will be around before temps take off and a big temp plunge is on the way for next week.
A cold front is crossing into the region today and this is touching off scattered showers and thunderstorms. This is not a washout of a day, but you will need to keep the umbrella around to be safe. Temps will be a little tricky because of the scattered nature of the storms.
Areas without storms will see temps nearing 70. Those with storms will be closer to 60 degrees. Track away…
Temps this weekend will take off and will likely flirt with 80 degrees before all is said and done. Winds will be rather gusty and there is still the smallest chance for a stray thunderstorm popping up.
Most of the showers and thunderstorms will hold off until a strong front arrives later Monday. That will bring some heavy rain and the potential for some strong boomers. Will we see a wave of low pressure developing along the southern end of this front as it slides up the east coast? Many models have been hinting at that of late and the European Model advertises this well…
Ummmm… No, thanks! We will have to wait and see if there is any truth to that run. Regardless… temps will warm quickly by the end of next week.
Enjoy your Friday and take care.
Good Thursday to one and all. Talk about a gorgeous day… we certainly have it going on out there today with sun and temps around 70 degrees. While it gets even warmer this weekend, some ugly stuff is rolling our way as we head into next week.
Sunshine will boost temps toward the low 70s for many areas today. You will notice some clouds filtering in from the northwest late today into this evening. That’s with a weak cold front moving in for Friday. This front will likely touch off scattered showers and thunderstorms from late Thursday night into the final day of the week.
That action looks to clear out for the weekend with thermometers making a run at 80…
There is a small chance for isolated storms during this time, but most of it looks to hold off into Monday. That’s when a strong cold front swings in with heavy rain and booming storms. Winds will be gusty as much colder air crashes in. Check this out…
That’s a below normal pattern for much of the country…
Have a great day and take care.
Good Wednesday, everyone. While the weather is calming down in the short term, showers and storm chances will ramp up in the coming days. Temps also look to be much, much warmer as we roll through the rest of the week and into the coming weekend.
Let’s get after it. Temps today will range from the mid 50s to low 60s across the state. Skies will be partly sunny, but I can’t rule out a scattered shower or storm in the southeast.
Temps by Thursday will head toward the upper 60s and low 70s with mainly sunny skies. This looks to be a fantastic spring day in the bluegrass state. Friday will find temps into the low 70s with the threat for showers and thunderstorms developing. A cluster of thunderstorms will be possible into Friday night.
Saturday finds temps heading back into the 70s and that carries us into Sunday. If we can get enough sunshine, temps may make a run at 80 degrees.
Scattered thunderstorms will develop from west to east later Sunday into Monday. That’s when a strong cold front enters the picture from the west…
That may mean spark some big thunderstorms to go along with heavy rain. That heavy rain threat will increase if low pressure develops on the southern end of that front into Monday night and Tuesday.
Check out the shot of cold coming in behind this…