We are seeing a mild start to the morning with temperatures generally in the low to mid 60s. There are a few spots seeing temperatures in the upper 50s. Some very spotty fog this morning, mainly in southern counties, but not enough to really impact the morning commute. High pressure is still holding strong over the area and will keep us dry through most of the week. Temperatures will stay in the upper 80s for the first half of the week, but become more fall like by late week and into the weekend. Highs Today through Wednesday will settle into the upper 80s before dropping into the mid 70s by Thursday. Low 70s and upper 60s expected for Friday and into the weekend. The drop in temperatures is thanks to a strong cold front. It has more or less been stationary over central states because of the strong area of high pressure currently dominating our weather here in Kentucky. It will progress east by mid week, but doesn’t look to give us a great chance for rain. Precipitation looks to mainly move north or fizzle out. However, we could catch an isolated shower of two late Wednesday. Rain chances though are really not looking significant this week.
-Meteorologist Elise Dolinar