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Time posted: 1:51 am

Milder Weather Before Changes

Good Friday to one and all. Temps continue to climb and those numbers will rise through the weekend into the first half of next week. Eventually, some showers and storms will also be showing up. Later next week into the following week, we are seeing the models trending toward a colder look.

Let’s begin with today and roll ahead. Temps are generally in the mid and upper 60s for many, with a local 70 in the west. Skies show a mix of sun and clouds.

Temps this weekend will range from the upper 60s to the middle 70s across Kentucky. A couple of showers and storms will be possible from late Saturday into Sunday…

Temps early next week will be deep into the 70s and that looks to carry us through Wednesday. The threat for a few storms will increase during this time…

A potent cold front looks to arrive by Thursday, knocking the temps way down. We may see another cold front showing up by next weekend.

Check out the temp anomalies from the EURO…

This trend toward colder is also showing up on the various ensembles. The EURO ensembles for the next 7 days…

The Euro for the following 7 days…

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Have a happy Friday and take care.

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Time posted: 1:53 am

Better Weather Blows In

Good Thursday, everyone. It’s a better weather day rolling into the Commonwealth of Kentucky and that’s a sign of things to come. Much milder air is on the way this through the weekend and into early next week. A little taste of May looks to be with us again during this time, but changes try to show up later next week.

Temps out there today recover to about 60 in the east with mid and upper 60s in the west. A mix of sun and clouds will be noted.

Milder air presses in here for Friday with most areas hitting 65-70 with a similar looking sky.

Our weekend forecast hasn’t changed with windy and mild conditions and the chance for a shower or storm. The best chance for that comes Saturday night into Sunday. Daytime highs range from 70-75 for the most part.

The threat for showers and storms will increase early next week…

Any day featuring more showers and storms will find high temps closer to 70. Any day that features more sun can really crank the numbers…

The models are keying in on a strong cold front arriving during the second half of next week. That could really knock the numbers back down…

Rainfall over the next week or so is highly dependent on any thunderstorm action that flares up. The Euro is showing the streaky nature of any storm action…

Make it a great Thursday and take care.

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Time posted: 2:23 am

Another May Surge Just Ahead

Good Wednesday and welcome to the month of April. Our brand new month is beginning on a very cool and rather dreary note. Hang in there, my friends, much warmer days are on the way. It’s another May surge of weather about to take control of our pattern. Woot!

Temps out there today will be held way below normal across the entire state. The west spikes to the low 60s with a little sun, but the same can’t be said for the rest of the state. Low clouds and a spotty shower will keep temps in the 50-55 degree range. Here are your radars to find any shower that goes up…

Temps by Thursday reach the low 60s then into the mid and upper 60s for Friday. Skies will feature a mix of sun and clouds.

From there, the numbers climb into the 70s this weekend…

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SUNDAY

There will be a storm or two working across the state, but nothing looks very widespread…

The storm risk next week will increase a bit and we will need to be on guard for the potential of severe storms…

High temps are way up there, giving us a MAY feel again…

MONDAY

TUESDAY

WEDNESDAY

Enjoy this first day of April and take care.

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