More Rain Chances And Milder Temperatures

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Updated: 10/29/2013 11:30 pm
Midnight Update:  Light rain showers have been developing across Central Kentucky tonight, with rain showers moving eastward into Eastern Kentucky.  We will continue to have lingering rain showers into early Wednesday, with milder air moving in as well.  Wednesday morning commute temperatures will be in the upper 50s to near 60 degrees, with mostly cloudy skies and a high of 70 degrees by the afternoon.  We'll have another round of rain showers and thunderstorms for late Thursday as a cold front approaches the region, and moves through by early Friday.  Rain will become heavier and steadier by Thursday evening, with localized damaging winds possible.  The Storm Prediction Center has areas west of I-75 under an enhanced risk for gusty winds and possibly an isolated weak tornado for late Thursday.  Unfortunately, this will make for messy weather for trick-or-treaters Halloween evening.  Rain will be heavy at times Thursday night and continue into early Friday, with some clearing skies by Friday afternoon.  Friday afternoon will remain in the upper 60s, with mid 50s returning for the weekend. 
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Rain showers will develop tonight as a warm front lifts through the region, with milder air returning for Wednesday. Unsettled conditions return for Halloween Thursday, with heavy rainfall and gusty winds possible.

TONIGHT: A warm front will move through overnight into Wednesday morning, bringing the chance for scattered rain showers tonight through early Wednesday. Wednesday morning low temperatures will be around 56 degrees.

WEDNESDAY: Rain showers and cloudy skies will be around Wednesday morning, with mostly cloudy skies for Wednesday afternoon and a high of 70 degrees.

WEDNESDAY NIGHT: Skies look to remain mostly cloudy Wednesday night, with overnight low temperatures around 57 degrees.

THURSDAY/HALLOWEEN: A strong cold front will approach the region for late Thursday, bringing the chance for a good soaking rain late Thursday into early Friday. Ahead of the cold front, winds will be out of the south, helping afternoon high temperatures warm to 69 degrees. Rain looks to become heavier and steadier Thursday evening and into the overnight hours. There is even the chance for some localized damaging winds as well.

FRIDAY: A few lingering rain showers will be possible early Friday, with clearing skies by late in the day. Friday afternoon high temperatures will remain mild, with a high of 67 degrees.

WEEKEND: Temperatures will be back in the mid 50s Saturday and Sunday. A weak weather disturbance will bring the chance for a few rain showers on Saturday, with mostly sunny skies expected for Sunday. Don’t forget to turn your clocks BACK one hour Saturday night, as Daylight Saving Time comes to an end.
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