While we keep our eyes on a system for Thursday, a drier pattern will enter our region for the end of the week, with some temperatures swings along the way as well.
By early Thursday morning, a low-pressure system will be moving through the Tennessee Valley that brings an initial mix to areas of southeastern Kentucky, but mostly showers. These showers will continue to move through southern Kentucky through the morning hours and become more scattered to isolated by the early afternoon hours. Temperatures will begin the day on the cold side in the upper 20s and lower 30s, but by the afternoon, gusty southwesterly winds will help boost afternoon highs into the 40s.
A drier pattern will stick around Friday and Saturday, but then it turns active again as we move from Sunday and into early next week. Temperatures will also take a brief dive on Friday and Saturday with a weak cold front that sends us into the 30s for highs and lower 20s for lows. Then we’ll swing back into the 40s on Sunday and Monday as our next system moves in bringing showers, and more wintry mix chances.