A Flood Warning is in effect in Nelson County, where the Rolling Fork River is near flood stage and continues to fall.
Temperatures will recover into the upper 40s, back to near normal for early December after a very frosty morning. Skies will be partly sunny today and tomorrow, and readings will climb into the upper 50s on Saturday. A widespread, soaking rain will arrive late on Sunday and continue through Monday into Tuesday, potentially ending as a mix of rain and snow late on Tuesday into Wednesday. Dry weather will return on Thursday, but it will remain cold.
Today: Sunshine will mix with a few high clouds today. After a cold morning, temperatures will recover into the upper 40s this afternoon. Winds: Light and variable. High: 48.
Tonight: Under partly cloudy skies, readings will fall into the lower 30s again, and some frost will develop. Winds will be light. Winds: SE 5-10 mph. Low: 31.
Saturday: An increasing breeze from the south will boost temperatures into the upper 50s. Skies will be partly sunny and we will remain dry through the first half of the weekend. Winds: S 5-10 mph. High: 59.
Saturday Night: Clouds will thicken ahead of an approaching cold front, still out in the Mississippi Valley. We will remain dry through dawn on Sunday morning. A breeze from the south will keep temperatures a bit milder. Winds: S 10-15 mph. Low: 41.
Sunday: Under mostly cloudy skies, rain will push into the Bluegrass Region during the second half of the day as the cold front draws closer. It will remain breezy. Winds: S 10-15 mph. High: 54.
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