Midnight Update: Skies are clearing from west to east across Kentucky tonight, with a few lingering, light rain showers mixed with snow across Eastern Kentucky. As skies continue to clear, our temperatures will tumble down for Friday morning, into the mid to upper 20s. Because of the cold temperatures, a Freeze Warning is in effect from 2am to 10am Friday morning. Friday will feature mostly sunny skies, yet it will still be a cold day, with a high of only 48 degrees. Saturday will feature mostly sunny skies early, and partly sunny skies late with breezy conditions. Winds will gust up to 30 mph from the southwest on Saturday. A dry cold front will move through Saturday night, yet we are not expecting any precipitation. Sunday will feature mostly sunny skies with a high of 55 degrees.
A Freeze Warning is in effect for Friday morning, with Friday morning low temperatures widespread in the upper 20s. Friday afternoon will remain cold, with moderating temperatures this weekend through early next week.
TONIGHT: Temperatures will remain cold overnight into Friday morning, with a good chance for record low temperatures. Temperatures look to fall into the mid to upper 20s across the region. The record low in Lexington on Friday is 27 degrees, set in 2006, and the forecast low temperature is also 27 degrees.
FRIDAY: More sunshine returns for Friday, yet temperatures will remain cold, with a high of 48 degrees.
WEEKEND: Temperatures will be back into the low to mid 50s for Saturday and Sunday, with mostly sunny to partly sunny skies. A dry cold front will move through Saturday night, yet we are not expecting any precipitation.
NEXT WEEK: Temperatures will get back into the low to mid 60s Monday through Wednesday of next week. Unsettled weather looks to develop across the region by midweek next week, leading to the chance for rain on Halloween.