After split weather to start the weekend, we are watching another system to come in for Sunday but an active pattern that stays around for much of next week.
We will continue with our split weather pattern for your evening and night ahead, where cloudy skies will stay around for central and northern Kentucky with slightly clearer skies to the south. These cloudy skies will keep temperatures in the lower 50s and upper 40s through much of this evening and tonight. Across southern regions, temperatures will fall through the 50s and into the 40s later tonight as well. Fortunately, things will be staying mostly on the dry side through tonight before another system moves in.
By Sunday morning, most will begin with temperatures in the lower 50s and upper 40s. A mix of sun and clouds will be around for the start of the day, but as another system moves in from the northwest, you’ll likely see clouds and winds increasing. This next system will bring gusty showers throughout the afternoon and evening hours for central and eastern Kentucky. Some showers will then continue into Sunday night for southeastern Kentucky as the cold front continues to the southeast. Highs on Sunday will be split between the mid-50s in central Kentucky and 60s in southern and eastern Kentucky.
Drier conditions will return to our region for the beginning of this next workweek, but it won’t be staying for long. By early Wednesday morning, another system will move in, bringing another round of gusty showers that could last into early 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.