Cooler and Rainy Weekend Ahead

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Updated: 5/03/2013 11:31 pm
Midnight Update:  Rain looks to stay confined to western KY through tonight, with rain bands moving closer to I-65 by midday  Saturday.  The bulk of the rain does not look to move into the Bluegrass region until the late afternoon hours of Saturday.  However, areas around Lake Cumberland, Monticello, and Somerset look to start picking up on the rain earlier on Saturday.  In fact, southwest parts of Kentucky are under a Flood Watch.  Most of the rain will move through the Bluegrass region Saturday night into Sunday, and linger into Monday.  Temperatures are staying very mild as of 11pm, with temperatures in the low to upper 60s across the region.  Highs on Saturday will be in the mid 60s, with lower 60s for Sunday and Monday.  Have a fantastic weekend! 
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We will have cooler temperatures this weekend, with rain chances increasing for the Bluegrass Region by late Saturday into Sunday.

Tonight: We will have cloudy skies overnight with the chance for a few isolated rain showers off to the wes...t. Overnight low temperatures will be around 54 degrees.

Kentucky Derby Forecast Saturday (Louisville): Cloudy skies will be around for the morning hours with the chance for isolated rain showers, mainly off to the west. Steadier rain will move in Saturday afternoon, with high temperatures around 60 degrees.

Saturday: There is a Flood Watch for Southwestern parts of Kentucky this weekend, which includes the Lake Cumberland area. However, most of the viewing area will not see steady rain until late Saturday into Sunday. Saturday high temperatures will be around 65 degrees.

Saturday Night: Rain will become more widespread, with 0.10” to 0.25” of rainfall expect. Saturday night into Sunday morning low temperatures will be around 50 degrees.

Sunday: We look to have better chances for rain on Sunday, with scattered rain showers throughout the day, with a high of 62 degrees. New rainfall amounts look to average around 0.25” to 0.50”, with locally higher amounts on Sunday.

Monday: Rain showers will continue Sunday night through Monday with an additional 0.50” of rainfall possible. Monday high temperatures will be around 63 degrees.

Tuesday & Wednesday: Rain chances will diminish for Tuesday and Wednesday, with skies becoming partly cloudy. Temperatures begin to warm, with a high of 69 degrees on Tuesday and a high of 74 degrees on Wednesday.

Thursday & Friday: Upper 70s return with mostly to partly sunny skies.


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