A frontal boundary will continue to push through Kentucky; behind the boundary is much colder temperatures. Canadian air pull be pulled into the Bluegrass from a strong low pressure center of the Great Lakes. Expect a much colder temperature pattern all week. The winds will slowly die down tonight and Monday we will call just breezy. Plenty of clouds in the forecast for Monday and perhaps a light rain shower or sprinkle Monday afternoon.
Threats: Sprinkles to light rain possible Monday afternoon into the evening hours.
Winter weather returns to the Bluegrass as we continue to see brief shots of rain/snow mixes. This will be the case on Tuesday, Thursday, and Friday. Not until Saturday night does it appear a legitimate chance of winter precipitation targets Kentucky. With that said, it’s still a week away and chances to the forecast should be expected.
TONIGHT: Expect partly cloudy skies with windy conditions dying off; low temperature of 36 degrees.
MONDAY: Expect cloudy skies with breezy and much cooler conditions. There will be a slight chance of seeing afternoon to evening light rain showers. High temperatures for your Monday will be 42 degrees.
Meteorologist Justin Roth
ABC 36 Storm Team – WTVQ