It’s feeling like November as a seasonal brand of chill is back in the bluegrass state. This is ahead of a bigger push of cold air diving into our region by late this weekend and early next week. It’s a blast that will be introduced by some big time winds and numerous showers.
Upper 40s and low 50s will be noted in the north with mid and upper 50s in the south.
The numbers look to remain normal or even a touch below into the start of the weekend.
We have another strong cold front ready to blast in here on Sunday, unleashing a round of frigid temps. This is going to become a big time wind maker across the entire region. Gusts of 40mph+ will be possible from Saturday night through Sunday afternoon.
That could get a little crazy and it’s something for us to keep a close eye on.
This blast of wind will be accompanied by widespread showers and a rumble of thunder as this potent system sweeps through here.
The models have been going back and forth on bringing a clipper looking feature coming in behind this later Tuesday and Wednesday. Regardless, temps are much colder than normal through the middle of the week.