Warmer Temperatures For The Weekend

Reported by: Jason Myers
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Updated: 4/11 11:40 pm
Warmer temperatures return for the weekend, followed by cooler air for next week.

SATURDAY: Mild temperatures will continue for the weekend, with a high of 75 degrees on Saturday. Skies will be partly cloudy on Saturday, with southwesterly winds 5 to 10 mph.

SATURDAY NIGHT: Skies will be partly cloudy Saturday night, with overnight low temperatures around 56 degrees.

SUNDAY: Skies will generally be partly sunny for Sunday, with high temperatures around 80 degrees. South to southwesterly winds will be 10 to 20 mph, with gusts around 30 mph at times Sunday afternoon.

NEXT WEEK: Another good soaking rain will be possible late Monday into early Tuesday, with Monday high temperatures around 67 degrees, as a strong cold front moves into Kentucky. There will also be a chance for some stronger thunderstorms late Monday, as the cold front moves in. With colder air moving into Kentucky, there will even be a chance for a little wintry mix by Tuesday morning. Tuesday high temperatures will be around 50 degrees, with a few lingering rain showers. Cold temperatures continue into Wednesday morning, with the chance for some morning frost, with low temperatures around 32 degrees. Wednesday high temperatures will be around 55 degrees, with partly sunny skies. Temperatures return to the 60s for Thursday and Friday.

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