Slowly warming up into next week


The numbers are in for October and the United States was the coldest since 2009! While the rest Earth experienced the 2nd warmest October on record, it was the ‘cold’ temperatures in the United States. Average temperatures for the U.S. was 52.3 degrees, that’s, 1.8 degrees below the 20th century average.


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Tonight, expect mostly clear skies, patchy fog possible with lows dipping down towards the due points and cold conditions.

Sunday will feature increasing cloud cover throughout the day but no rain showers are expected


The next chance of breaking this dry spell and seeing rain showers will move in Monday night into Tuesday with scattered showers. However more recently model run show even this looks slim. A more potent system will stream from the south late next week and should break the cycle Thursday.

TONIGHT: Mostly clear and cool with patchy fog, lows in the upper 20s

SUNDAY: Partly cloudy to mostly cloudy skies, highs in the low 50s

MONDAY: Partly cloudy skies, highs in the low to low 50s

TUESDAY: Partly sunny skies, scattered showers highs in the upper 40s to low 50s

WEDNESDAY: Partly sunny skies, highs in the mid 50s

THURSDAY: Showers likely, highs in the mid 60s

FRIDAY: Mostly sunny skies, with highs in the mid 40s

SATURDAY: Partly cloudy skies, scattered showers possible, with highs in the mid 40s

Meteorologist Justin Roth
ABC 36 Storm Team – WTVQ
Lexington, KY