1 AM Friday Update - The line of severe winds associated with a strong cold front, is moving eastward around 40 mph, with wind gusts up to 60 mph. This line of strong winds has caused severe thunderstorm warnings to be issued, and will cause the possibility for an isolated tornado. The worst of the rain and storms should be out of the region by 6am Friday. By the late morning and afternoon hours of Friday, we should see some sunshine, with Friday afternoon high temperatures around 65 degrees.
A Wind Advisory is in effect through tonight, with wind gusts up to 40 mph (with higher gusts possible). A strong cold front will move through around midnight Friday, with the heaviest rainfall and gustiest winds between 8pm Thursday and 2am Friday. Sunshine returns by midday Friday, with seasonal temperatures.
TONIGHT: Steady rain showers and gusty winds will continue tonight, with the rain and winds decreasing by the Friday morning commute. Overnight low temperatures will be around 54 degrees.
FRIDAY: After a few lingering rain showers in Eastern Kentucky Friday morning, skies are expected to clear by the late morning and afternoon hours. Friday afternoon high temperatures will be seasonal, with a high of 65 degrees.
FRIDAY NIGHT: Clouds will increase Friday night with a chilly overnight low temperature of 43 degrees by early Saturday morning.
SATURDAY: A weak weather disturbance will bring the chance for a few rain showers on Saturday, with mostly cloudy skies. Saturday afternoon high temperatures will be around 54 degrees. Don’t forget to turn your clocks BACK one hour Saturday night, as Daylight Saving Time comes to an end.
SUNDAY: Mostly sunny skies return for Sunday as high pressure builds into the region. Sunday afternoon will be cool, with a high of 53 degrees.
NEXT WEEK: Temperatures will be seasonal early next week, with mostly sunny to partly sunny skies and highs in the upper 50s for Monday and lower 60s for Tuesday. Another round of rain showers will approach the region late Wednesday through early Thursday.