Unusually Cool Start to June Follows Warm Stretch

Unusually Cool Start to June Follows Warm Stretch

On the heels of our warmest meteorological spring (March / April / May) in the record books, June is starting unseasonably cool.
Temperatures are really struggling on the heels of a cold front that crossed the region earlier today.  Temperatures were in the middle 60s this morning, but we'll hover in the upper 50s to near 60 for most of the afternoon.  Scattered showers are exiting eastern Kentucky, but clouds remain across even our western counties.  Tonight will be chilly on early June standards as readings drop to 48° under partly cloudy skies.  The next seven days will feature frequent, weaker disturbances riding along the storm track, right across Kentucky.  Occasional showers and thunderstorms will be possible from the middle of the weekend into the middle of next week.  While readings will only struggle to near 70° on Saturday afternoon, and 76° on Sunday, temperatures will climb closer to average next week, peaking within a degree or two of 80° most days.
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