A warm front moved through the Bluegrass along with a strong southwesterly flow has created some very warm temperatures for our Monday. The second half of the system will move through tonight in the form a cold front bringing breezy conditions and rain showers. Expect off and on rain showers to carry over into the morning hours but will give way to mostly sunny skies for your Tuesday.
Timing: Tonight into Tuesday Morning
Threats: Light to Moderate rain and breezy conditions
Beyond tonight, sunny skies will prevail; however, cold Canadian dry air will dive in place with highs only reaching the low 30s and overnight lows in the low 20s upper teens. Wind chills will certainly be a challenge for some locations will clear skies and calm will sending some temperatures plummeting during the overnight hours. Most eyes will continue to focus toward next weekend where a winter storm appears to be focused on the Bluegrass and a rain/snow mix could be possible based on current temperatures profiles.
TONIGHT: Mostly cloudy skies rain shower possible and breezy conditions out of the southwest; low temperature of 51 degrees.
SUNDAY: Expect skies to become partly sunny skies after some brief chances of morning rain showers, still breezy; high temperatures will be 54 degrees.
Meteorologist Justin Roth
ABC 36 Storm Team – WTVQ