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The rain showers have pushed out of Kentucky as we are left with just cloud cover for tonight. High pressure will build into the Bluegrass and clouds will decrease to mostly clear skies overnight.
A low pressure is located just east of Kentucky and continuing to provide light to moderate rain showers across central and eastern Kentucky.
The low pressure centered east of Texas has an attached warm front that is lifting across just south of Tennessee and is bringing some broken morning showers into the Bluegrass.
The low pressure centered near Missouri has an attached warm front that is lifting across western Kentucky and could bring a couple spot morning showers into the Bluegrass.
The low pressure centered in eastern Kentucky will continue to push rain, ice, and snow east. A few wrap around showers could still pop up before midnight.
High pressure is very much is control our weather. Expect mostly sunny skies to become mostly clear tonight. Saturday will start off sunny but a strong low pressure centered over Texas right now will push cloud cover into Kentucky by Saturday night.
A frontal boundary will continue to push through Kentucky; behind the boundary is much colder temperatures. Highs today should stay in the upper 30s. High pressure builds in fairly quickly and the mostly cloudy skies will become mostly sunny by the end of your Friday.
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.
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.
A frontal boundary will continue to push through Kentucky and bring rounds of showers throughout the overnight hours eventually tapering off by 3 or 4 AM.
High pressure has moved east and is slowly losing grip of the Bluegrass as a strong and complex low pressure center moves into Kentucky. Expect rain showers to develop tonight as a cold front will send temperatures diving into the 30s.
High pressure is controlling the weather in the Bluegrass for now. Expect partly cloudy to mostly clear skies tonight with light winds out of the southwest keeping temperatures on the mild side for this time of year.
A large ridge of high pressure remains in place over the region. The pressure center is responsible for the sunny skies and light winds and we will see similar results for Friday as well.
A cold front in the Midwest is knocking on the door of the Bluegrass. Expect increasing clouds tonight with off and on rain showers for your Monday.
A low pressure center in the Midwest will slowly approach the Bluegrass causing cloud cover to increase throughout the day Sunday, followed by a few light to moderate rain showers developing Sunday overnight.
A strong low pressure center combined with cold air aloft and moisture from the soft is creating a wintry mix across the Bluegrass. Icy is already building up on trees, power lines, along with some icy road ways.
The high pressure center located over the Carolinas will loosen its grip over Kentucky as a cold front brings rain showers for Monday. Expect mostly cloudy skies and rain beginning in the afternoon to evening hours.
High pressure is in control of the weather with clear skies tonight and much of your Veterans Day. Expect a cold night tonight with temperatures nearly record levels and feel like temperatures in the teens.
A cold front will move through Kentucky Sunday night and bring rain showers throughout the overnight hours into early Monday morning. Expect mostly cloudy skies for your Monday with a warm front cold front one two punch Monday night into Tuesday.
Another quiet Sunday is in store for Central and Eastern Kentucky with temperatures topping off in the low 60s. Sunday night a warm front will move through bringing rain showers to the area.