We will have a chance for rain showers on Saturday, will chilly mornings and cool afternoons this weekend. More sunshine returns for Sunday and Monday. Frost is possible for the upcoming week, as colder air continues to move into the region. Below normal temperatures look to continue for the extended forecast.
TONIGHT: The Full “Hunter’s” Moon is officially at 7:38pm tonight, with a partial lunar eclipse from 7:30pm to 8pm. Clouds will increase overnight as a cold front approaches and moves through Kentucky by Saturday. Overnight low temperatures will be around 45 degrees.
SATURDAY: A cold front will move through the region on Saturday, giving us scattered rain showers, and cooler air. With mostly cloudy skies and the chance for rain, high temperatures will only reach 58 degrees.
SATURDAY NIGHT: Mostly clear skies and chilly temperatures will be around for Saturday night into Sunday morning, with a low temperature of 38 degrees. There may be a few isolated spots that could be cold enough for some frost.
SUNDAY: High pressure builds into the region for the end of the weekend, with mostly sunny skies and a cool high temperature of 62 degrees.
MONDAY: Temperatures will be milder for Monday, with partly sunny skies and a high of 66 degrees.
TUESDAY: Another cold front will move through Tuesday, bringing much cooler air for the rest of the week. Tuesday will feature partly to mostly cloudy skies with some scattered rain showers. Tuesday high temperatures will be around 59 degrees.
Wednesday-Next Friday: Morning lows temperatures will be in the 30s, with 50s for highs Wednesday through Friday. As a result, frost and freeze advisories may be issued.
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