Clouds, showers & possibly a few isolated thunderstorms will continue through this afternoon with temps in the mid 60s. We're not expecting any of the thunderstorms that do develop to be severe; however, a few may produce heavy rainfall and gusty winds. Temps tonight should tumble into the low 40s under cloudy skies before sunshine makes a return by tomorrow afternoon.
Join Chief Meteorologist Jennifer Schack tonight at 5pm, 6pm & 11pm for more on your forecast.
It's going to feel like anything but the 4th day of December!
We're forecasting isolated showers and isolated thunderstorms this morning becoming more numerous by this afternoon. A few of those showers could put down some heavy rainfall along with a few lightning strikes. Our severe weather threat should be limited, but we could see a few gusty winds along the way. Highs today should top out in the mid 60s with overnight lows in the low 40s. Showers should linger through tomorrow morning as a cold front that's sparking the showers and storms continues to push towards the east.
Temperatures will take a sharp tumble by Wednesday afternoon, but still above normal. We should only be in the upper 40s for this time of the year; however, even tomorrow, look for temperatures in the low 50s.
There is *another* warm up by the end of the week and in to next weekend.
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Showers & storms towards our west. More on the timing as they move into central KY at 5am on @ABC36Lexington #GMK. http://t.co/U3HrUY8i