A frontal boundary will continue to push through Kentucky and bring rounds of showers throughout the overnight hours eventually tapering off by 3 or 4 AM. Windy conditions will stick around with gusts up to 40 MPH or higher at times. As skies clear out tonight we could see patchy fog develop before burning away quickly Sunday with plenty of sun in the forecast and temperature in the low to mid 60s.
Timing: Saturday night
Threats: Light to moderate rain shower, with rain clear out overnight and possible patchy fog developing.
We will see a break in the weather Sunday but cold temperatures return Sunday night and continue into Monday. There’s a slight chance for a rain/snow mix Tuesday night into Wednesday morning. Another shot of a rain/snow mix could push through Thursday as well; however, confidence on that is not high and it has been left out of the seven day forecast.
TONIGHT: Expect mostly cloudy skies and rain showers eventually ending but still windy; low temperature of 53 degrees.
SUNDAY: Expect mostly sunny skies with windy conditions continue and gusts up to 40 MPH or higher at times. High temperatures for your Sunday will remain mild reaching 64 degrees.
Meteorologist Justin Roth
ABC 36 Storm Team – WTVQ