After showers moved through most of Saturday, now gusty winds are taking over the forecast with more rain chances on the way.
Showers are on their way out through the overnight with skies clearing up some. Temperatures through tonight will continue to drop through the 50s and into the 40s for a chilly feel. On top of cooler temperatures, we’ll also see winds increasing through the overnight. By Sunday morning, temperatures will begin the day in the mid to upper-40s. Winds will continue to gust upwards of 25-30+mph throughout the day. As the center of low-pressure that brought storms will be moving off to our northeast, but some wrap-around showers could still impact northern and central parts of the Commonwealth. Due to rain chances in northern Kentucky and some cloudier skies, afternoon highs could vary by nearly 10 degrees across our state. In northern Kentucky, we could see highs only reach the mid to upper-50s, while central Kentucky reaches the 60s, and southern Kentucky could reach the mid-60s.
Drier conditions will return for most of Monday with temperatures back into the 40s to begin the day. A mix of sun and clouds will be with us throughout the day, which should help temperatures reach into the upper 60s and lower 70s by the afternoon. Winds will continue to be breezy, but gusts should remain around 15-25mph throughout the day. By Monday evening, some isolated to scattered showers could show up into the the region.
A drier pattern will move in for Tuesday and Wednesday before then another cold front knocks on our door for Thursday. Temperatures leading up to next week’s cold front will stay around the 60s through Wednesday, but then after Thursday’s cold front, we could drop into the 50s as highs and even see overnight lows reach close to frost potential.