Good Saturday, everyone. Our historic September rolls on as hot weather and mainly dry conditions continue to dominate the pattern. This looks to continue through the first few days of October, but signs a pattern change are FINALLY showing up.

Temps hit the 90s out there today as humidity levels spike. A mix of sun and clouds will be noted for much of the day with the chance for a shower or storm. Those chances look to come early in the day across the eastern half of the state, then again late this afternoon. That said, this action looks pretty sparse, but we will take whatever falls.

Here are your radars…

Sunday’s forecast looks to feature more of the same as temps flirt with records for many areas.

Monday through Wednesday will see hot and humid weather with a good chance at setting record highs for many cities across Kentucky and surrounding areas.

A cold front works toward the region on Thursday and should touch off a few showers and storms. That front will unleash MUCH cooler air by Friday into the first weekend of October…

That’s part of a pattern that will feature progressive troughs moving across the country, knocking down the southeast ridge.This doesn’t mean the rest of October comes in cooler than normal, but it’s a different look than the pattern that’s really been in place for much of the year.

Speaking of a different look, check out the snowfall forecast for the next two weeks…

Near blizzard conditions are possible the next few days across the northern Rockies. Historic snows will be falling there as we are enjoying historic heat.

Speaking of snowfall, I’ll throw you a bone on that in my next update.

Make it a great Saturday and take care.