High pressure has moved east and is slowly losing grip of the Bluegrass as a strong and complex low pressure center moves into Kentucky. Expect rain showers to develop tonight as a cold front will send temperatures diving into the 30s. Winds will become gusty out of the southwest as pressure gradients continue to tighten, wind gust could be as strong as 40 MPH or higher.
Timing: Sunday night into Monday
Threats: Light to moderate rain shower, then rain changing into snow Monday, little to no accumulations expected
High pressure builds in behind this system with calm but cold conditions for Tuesday and Wednesday. Another complex system rolls in Thursday night with rain showers likely with some temperatures profiles cold enough to support mixing or snow showers. The wet conditions look to stick around for parts of Friday and into the weekend as well.
TONIGHT: Expect mostly cloudy skies and rain showers developing; low temperature of 35 degrees.
MONDAY: Expect mostly cloudy skies with morning rain showers changing over into light snow showers, little to no accumulations expected. High temperatures for your Monday will be a much cooler only reaching 36 degrees.
Meteorologist Justin Roth
ABC 36 Storm Team – WTVQ