Showers / Storms Exit Southern KY, Turning Colder

Showers / Storms Exit Southern KY, Turning Colder

The final showers and t-storms will drift across southern Kentucky this afternoon, as cool, dry air slowly returns.
Only a few leftover showers and thunderstorms will occur in southern Kentucky today as dry, cool air invades from the north to the south.  Areas near and north of I-64 should stay dry for the rest of the day under partly sunny skies.  Temperatures will continue to hover in the 50s in most areas, with warmer air near the Tennessee state line.  Cold air will arrive tonight as skies clear from north to south, and readings fall into the middle 30s.  Some sheltered valleys to the north may potentially see a little bit of very patchy frost tonight, but the better chance for frost on a more widespread scale will come on Friday night and Saturday morning.  Good Friday and Saturday will be pleasant and dry with highs in the upper 50s on Good Friday, but upper 60s on Saturday.  Easter Sunday will be plesant with only an isolated shower or two quickly crossing the area as a moisture-starved cold front crosses the region.  The early to middle part of next week will be unseasonably cool with partly sunny skies and occasional, spotty, light rain showers, mainly in the afternoon.
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