Lingering Rain Tonight, Cooler For Mother's Day Weekend

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Updated: 5/11/2013 12:53 am
Midnight Update:  Storms across western Kentucky will move through in the next few hours, with gusty winds, lightning, and heavy rainfall possible.  These thunderstorms are associated with a cold front that will move through the area, and bring cooler temperatures for the weekend.  After a few isolated rain showers Saturday morning, we should have some breaks in the clouds by Saturday afternoon with high temperatures around 65 degrees.
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We will continue to have the chance for rain this evening and overnight, yet rain looks to become less widespread and more scattered as we get into early Saturday. Cooler and drier conditions return for Mother’s Day Sunday.

Tonight: We will continue to have light rain showers through tonight, yet the coverage should become more scattered, with off and on rain showers. Overnight low temperatures will be around 53 degrees.

Saturday: A cold front will pass through the region early Saturday morning, with the chance for scattered rain showers early in the day, and mainly east of I-75. We should have a break in the clouds and see a little sunshine by Saturday afternoon, before more clouds build back in Saturday night as a secondary cold front passes through Kentucky. Saturday afternoon high temperatures will be around 65 degrees.

Saturday Night: A secondary cold front will pass through the area Saturday night, which will bring the chance for a few rain showers, and will usher in much cooler air into the region for the end of the weekend. Temperatures will fall into the lower 40s by Sunday morning, meaning that you’ll probably want to have a jacket for any Sunday morning church services.

Mother’s Day Sunday: We will have mostly sunny skies and cool conditions on Mother’s Day, with high temperatures around 60 degrees. You’ll probably want to have a jacket with you if you’ll be outdoors on Sunday, yet the sunshine should make for a pleasant day.

Monday: We will have a cold start to the day, with the possibility for some patchy frost, as Monday morning low temperatures will be in the mid to upper 30s. Mostly sunny skies will continue for Monday with afternoon high temperatures around 61 degrees.

Tuesday-Midweek: A warming trend will return Tuesday through the end of the work week, with high temperatures returning to the lower 70s on Tuesday, and upper 70s to near 80 degrees Wednesday through Friday. Partly sunny skies will around Tuesday through Thursday, with the chance for some late day rain showers and thunderstorms by Thursday.


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