Warming Trend & Rain Chances Ahead

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Updated: 10/28/2013 11:43 pm
Midnight Update:  Fog is developing across the region, with reduced visibilities for the Tuesday morning commute.  Clouds have cleared across Northern and Western Kentucky, yet clouds are lingering across Eastern Kentucky with some spotty rain showers.  Temperatures are varying widely, with temperatures already around 40 degrees for Frankfort, lower 50s for Lexington, and even upper 50s for London.  Overnight low temperatures will be in the low to mid 40s on average, by Tuesday morning.  Tuesday will feature partly cloudy skies with high temperatures around 66 degrees.  Temperatures warm into the lower 70s for Wednesday, with the chance for some morning rain showers.  Temperatures remain warm for your Halloween Thursday, with highs around 70 degrees, yet rain showers will develop late Thursday through early Friday.  Temperatures remain above normal for Friday, with a high of 67 degrees.  Cooler temperatures return by the weekend, with highs in the mid 50s.  Don't forget to turn your clock BACK one hour Saturday night, as Daylight Saving Time ends, and we go back to Standard Time.

You can get your latest weather updates by following Chief Meteorologist Jason Myers on facebook:  https://www.facebook.com/MeteorologistJasonMyers 
or twitter:  JMYERSWEATHER
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The Lake Cumberland Region is under a Dense Fog Advisory for early Tuesday, with a big warming trend for the work week. Rain showers will increase by midweek, with rainy conditions for Halloween.

TONIGHT: We have had some light rain showers moving through earlier today for Southern and Eastern Kentucky, yet skies will clear early tonight. The areas that picked up the rainfall today have an increased chance for fog to develop early Tuesday. Overnight low temperatures will be around 44 degrees.

TUESDAY: After some patchy dense fog early in the morning, we’ll have partly cloudy skies and mild conditions for Tuesday afternoon. High temperatures will be around 66 degrees.

TUESDAY NIGHT: A warm front will move through Tuesday night into Wednesday morning, bringing the chance for scattered rain showers early Wednesday. Wednesday morning low temperatures will be around 54 degrees.

WEDNESDAY: Skies will become partly to mostly cloudy for Wednesday afternoon with a high of 74 degrees; that’s about ten degrees above normal.

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 top out around 70 degrees. Rain looks to become heavier and steadier Thursday evening and into the overnight hours.

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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