Warming Trend Thursday Through Weekend

Reported by: Jason Myers
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Updated: 12/18/2013 11:30 pm
Midnight Update:  We will continue to have clear skies across the region, with high pressure to our south giving us southerly winds.  Morning commute temperatures will be in the low to mid 30s, so you'll need the jacket, yet we'll have milder afternoon temperatures.  Skies will generally be partly sunny for Thursday afternoon, with a high of 54 degrees.  More clouds develop Thursday, with a low temperature of 43 degrees.  Scattered rain showers will be possible for Friday, with high temperatures around 59 degrees.  Temperatures get back into the low to mid 60s for both Saturday and Sunday, with scattered rain showers on Saturday, and a line of heavier rain showers moving through on Sunday.  There is a chance you may hear a little thunder this weekend, with some thunderstorms possible, yet we are not expecting anything severe.  Colder and drier conditions return next week for Christmas Eve and Christmas Day, with temperatures in the mid 30s to near 40 degrees. 
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A warming trend will return Thursday through the weekend, with above normal temperatures. Rain chances will increase Friday through the weekend, with colder and drier conditions leading up to Christmas Day.

TONIGHT: High pressure will continue to give us clear skies tonight, with a chilly overnight low temperature around 32 degrees. Winds out of the southwest, will keep our temperatures from being colder.

THURSDAY: Southwest winds will become breezy on Thursday, bringing in milder air through the day. Skies will start off mostly sunny for Thursday morning, with partly sunny skies by the afternoon and a high of 54 degrees.

THURSDAY NIGHT: Clouds will continue to increase Thursday night, with a few spotty rain showers developing by Friday morning. Overnight low temperatures will be around 43 degrees.

FRIDAY: Cloudy skies will return for Friday, with the chance for scattered rain showers. Despite the extra clouds and increasing rain chances, Friday afternoon high temperatures will be around 59 degrees.

WEEKEND: A stalled cold front combined with a series of low pressure systems moving through this weekend, will provide chances for rain through the weekend. Rain will continue to be scattered on Saturday, with heavier bands of rain moving in on Sunday. Temperatures look to remain milder, with a high of 65 degrees on Saturday and 64 degrees for Sunday. The biggest threat for flooding looks to be over Western Kentucky at this time. Rainfall totals Friday through Sunday looks to average between one to three inches.

NEXT WEEK: As we approach Christmas Eve and Christmas Day we will have colder and drier conditions. Monday will feature the chance for a few flurries, and a high of 39 degrees. Christmas Eve Tuesday will be colder, with mostly sunny skies and a high of 36 degrees. Christmas Day looks to be partly sunny with a high of 40 degrees.

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