A warm front fueled a soggy Saturday across central and eastern Kentucky setting up our busy weekend. Unfortunately winds are not as strong as expected making icy roadways tonight a major concerns as temperatures plummet.
A warm front will move north across the Bluegrass keeping us mostly cloudy tonight and sending raining showers across central and eastern Kentucky for your Saturday.
Rain develops for Saturday, with snow and ice possible Saturday night into Sunday.
Rain chances linger Thursday into Saturday, with snow likely for Sunday.
Cold and cloudy skies continue this week, with rain at times.
Cold temperatures continue through the work week.
Overview: Patchy freezing drizzle will be hanging around tonight giving us some slick spots especially on elevated and untreated surfaces. High pressure will build...
A warm front moved north across the Bluegrass transitioning the snow showers from the overnight hours into rain. Officially Lexington accumulated 1 inch of snow on the ground at the Bluegrass Airport; however, a majority, if not all will be melted by Sunday with rounds of rain showers continuing tonight and into Sunday.
A trace to 4" of snow is expected across the ABC 36 viewing area this weekend.
A snow to rain-snow mix is expected to develop this weekend.
Weather Forecast: Thursday, January 10th, 2019.
Accumulating snow will be possible for parts of Kentucky this weekend.
Overview: Winter is back. Strong Northwest winds will keep temperatures in the 30s today but it will feel like it is in the teens....
Bundle up this week, as frigid temperatures develop.
Overview: Big changes are on the way today. We are going to start out very mild but a cold front will slip through the...
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.
Overview: Mild temperatures will stick around for at least one more day as strong southerly winds take temperatures to around 60. However, a series...
Overview: The mild January weather will stick around for at least another day before a series of cold fronts usher in colder temperatures. In...
High pressure to the south has cleared out our skies considerable and we will expect clear skies tonight with a bit of patchy fog to develop in some rivers and valleys otherwise calm and cold tonight.
As a low pressure brings the Bluegrass gloomy skies and wet conditions Friday evening our eyes turn to Texas where a strong ridge of high pressure continues to build.