After chilly rains moved through with a cold front on Sunday, a cooler pattern arrives for Monday before temperatures rebound for the remainder of the week.
Keep those coats and umbrellas on hand for this evening and tonight. Showers will continue to push off to the south and east, but a few misting to light showers could continue on the backside of the front. Otherwise, temperatures will be diving tonight as northerly winds take over. We will go from the 50s to the 40s and then to the 30s as we head later into tonight with the wind chill feeling much colder.
By Monday morning, temperatures across the state will be in the mid to lower 30s, with some frost possible in areas. Besides possibly a few isolated light showers remaining in far eastern Kentucky, we will be seeing a dry day throughout the afternoon and evening. Clouds will play a significant role in where our highs can go through the afternoon because if we see more sunshine, highs could get into the upper 40s and lower 50s, but if it stays cloudy all day, then highs will only top out in the mid-40s. Light to moderate winds will stick around all day, creating a wind chill as well.
Drier conditions will continue throughout the day on Tuesday, but it won’t be staying that way for long. By early Wednesday morning, another system will move in, bringing another round of gusty showers that could last into earlier parts of Thanksgiving on Thursday. There is still some uncertainty on the rainfall lasting into Thursday, so we’ll be watching it closely. Temperatures will also rebound after a chilly Monday with highs in the 40s. By Tuesday and onward, highs will return into the mid-50s for a more average feel the rest of the week.