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A strong cold front will drop south across the region over the next 24 hours. The boundary will provide the Bluegrass our chance of seeing measurable rainfall in 27 days, for those keeping track. The cold front won’t be a drought buster by any means.
Expect drought conditions to continue Sunday, relief from this heat will be arriving Monday morning as a cold front slips south into the region.
Clouds kept us on the cool side for Friday but they will clear out this weekend and temperatures will once again return to the upper 80s low 90s. Expect drought conditions to continue throughout the weekend, relief from this heat will be arriving late Sunday night into Monday morning as a cold front slips south into the region.
The heat continues into the second half of the work week with upper 80s to low 90s expected. Models hints towards very spot showers across the Bluegrass for Friday however with dry air in place and strong high pressures ridging expect any showers development to most likely evaporate before it hits the ground otherwise known as virga.
The heat continues into the second half of the work week with upper 80s to low 90s expected. A very spot shower could be possible as what’s left of Imelda moves towards the Bluegrass but don’t hold your breath for rain.
Fall like conditions continue for Sunday but summer isn’t leaving without a fight as a giant ridge of high pressure moves back in next week and with it more heat and humidity. Temperatures will move back into the low to mid 90s with heat index values in the upper 90s in some locations
Temperatures should remain hot and humid for Wednesday with high pressure in control at least for the morning hours.
A weak boundary moved through the Bluegrass but we are still above average for this time of year. We can expect similar conditions for Tuesday as a high pressure system builds in and brings sunny skies.
Sunday marks the first day of the Meteorological Fall! Fall doesn’t officially start until September 23rd but meteorologist start Fall on September 1st because it’s simply easier when it comes to keeping and storing data.
As we continue with our Labor Day weekend, it feels more like summer again as the warmth and humidity build back into Bluegrass with highs back in the low 90s. There’s a stalled-out boundary to our north, and with fired off a few storms Saturday afternoon some of those sparking Severe Thunderstorm Warnings and Flash Flood Warnings just north of the I-64 corridor.
High pressure gave central and eastern Kentucky a beautiful Saturday but the break from the rain will be short lived a stationary front will push north and spark scattered showers Sunday and Monday before another cold sweeps through the region fully on Tuesday.
We are finally getting a break from the big August heat that has taken hold of central and eastern Kentucky for much of the month.
An area of high pressure is in control of our weather as a southerly flow of air streams in warm and humid air. Monday is expected to continue to be just as hot and humid!
An area of high pressure is in control of our weather as a southerly flow of air streams in warm and humid air. Sunday is going to be even hotter! We will likely surpass the hottest temperature (94 degree in Lexington) of the season.
A weak area of high pressure is in control of our weather but a big warm up is moving in this weekend.
A weak area of high pressure is in control of our weather but the major change will take over tomorrow. Temperatures will once again jump back up into the low 90s
High pressure takes over and isolated showers will be possible over the next several days but most of us will remain dry. Expect patchy fog tonight and into Thursday morning.
Drier weather and warm temperatures are expected for the next few days, with high temperatures in the upper 80s to around 90°.
High pressure will keep central and eastern Kentucky mainly clear tonight and into your Sunday with an extremely isolated shower possible in the afternoon hours. Temperatures should remain slightly above average for this time of year in the upper 80s and very summer like.
Scattered showers ahead of a cold front will push across the Bluegrass today with the actual cold front sliding through Wednesday kicking up a few scattered afternoon showers.