LEXINGTON, Ky. (FOX 56) – After a sunny and cooler end to the day, clear skies take over tonight as colder temperatures settle in. With high-pressure building overhead, clear skies, and calming winds, this sets the stage for frost development.

A Frost Advisory is out for central and eastern Kentucky into Wednesday morning. Areas of frost will be possible as lows fall into the low and mid-30s.

After a cold start to the day, plenty of sunshine takes over Wednesday with slightly warmer temperatures in the 60s. Overall, it’s a great-looking weather day just a little on the cooler side of things.

Clouds increase starting Thursday morning as mostly cloudy skies eventually take over. Despite the cloud cover, another dry day prevails with cool highs around 60 degrees.

Changes show up in the forecast Friday and this weekend as shower and storm chances return. A warm front slowly lifts northward across the state Friday and into Saturday while providing shower chances to wrap up the workweek.

Thermometers jump back into the 70s for the weekend and early next week, but the pattern turns much more active for this period. Daily storm chances look like a good possibility as we work into next mid-week.

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