Transitioning to A Cooler, Drier Pattern

Transitioning to A Cooler, Drier Pattern

After a stormy midweek, cooler, drier air is arriving from the north. The week will end with cold nights but pleasant days.
Thursday, April 5, 2012: Transitioning To A Cool, Dry Pattern

Good Thursday afternoon, folks!  We've had a stormy middle of the week, but things are drying out now on the heels of a cold front, which is currently making progress into Tennessee.  Only a few leftover showers or thunderstorms will occur this afternoon in southern Kentucky, with most of us near and north of I-64 dry, from here through most of Easter Weekend.

Here's a quick recap of yesterday's storm reports.  One isolated area between Paris and Georgetown received more than 2.5" of rain!  The report came from one of our reliable weather watchers in Ceterville, KY.

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Now, temps are holding nearly steady in the 50s in the Bluegrass Region.  This is 10°-20° cooler than what we saw yesterday.  Here is the 2 PM map showing how temperatures have changed over the past 24 hours.

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You can always get the latest forecast on our main weather page.  I have to run -- I'm headed to Morehead State University to do a weather talk this afternoon with some college students.

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Enjoy the cooler, drier weather pattern, and have a very happy Easter weekend!  Stay tuned to ABC 36's forecasts, as some frost will be likely, early this weekend.

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Geoff

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