Widespread rain will continue into our midweek on Wednesday with a secondary cold front arriving. Behind this second cold front of the week, the rain will exit from west to east from Wednesday afternoon into Wednesday night. And behind the second front temperatures are expected even cooler to end the work week. High temperatures Thursday are expected in the mid 40s, but Friday we'll jump into the mid 50s. We're expecting plenty of sunshine to end the work week and start the weekend on Saturday.
Tonight: Steady evening rain will persist across the Bluegrass. Then additional redevelopment will occur tonight to continue off and on rain through Wednesday morning. Most rain will be light to moderate intensity. Winds: E/N 3-8 mph Low: 49.
Wednesday: After a very wet Wednesday morning, the rain will come to an end from northwest to southeast. Behind the steady rain some light showers will persist along with the clouds. Temperatures will drop into the upper 40s by the late afternoon. Winds: N 8-15 mph. High: 53.
Wednesday Night: The final showers will end in eastern Kentucky, and some gradual clearing will occur. It will be cold, with lows dipping down to near the freezing mark. Winds: N 5-10 mph. Low: 31.
Thursday: After a cold start temperatures will struggle to recover in the afternoon. Breezy northwest winds will keep highs in the mid 40s despite mostly sunny skies. Winds: NW 12-20 mph. High: 45.
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