High pressure will move towards the Carolinas today but still expect partly sunny skies with increasing clouds today as a cold front attempts to move across the Bluegrass tonight. That frontal boundary will somewhat die out as it hits Kentucky. Some wintry precipitation could pop up tonight but no delays or issues are expected. High pressure builds in behind to make Friday mostly sunny.
Threats: Light rain/snow mix possible, no accumulations or issues expected.
Winter weather returns to the Bluegrass as we continue to monitor this weekend. As of now, it appears a warm front cold front one two punch will begin Saturday night through Monday. Timing will be classified as high confidence however there is still low confidence on what type of precipitation and how much accumulations is expected.
TODAY: Expect partly sunny skies with increasing clouds throughout the day; high temperature of 43 degrees.
TONIGHT: Expect cloudy skies with a slight chance of winter precipitation. No accumulations are expected. Low temperatures for your Thursday will be 25 degrees.
Meteorologist Justin Roth
ABC 36 Storm Team – WTVQ