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High pressure is in control of our weather across the Bluegrass providing clearing skies and calm winds today and into the first half of the week.
High pressure is in control of our weather across the Bluegrass providing clearing skies and calm winds tonight and into the first half of the week. Expect temperatures to stay on the cool side during the evening hours and warm up fairly quickly during the day.
Chilly temperatures will stick around tonight along with some chances of lingering scattered rain showers. Easter Sunday will feature a movement towards more sunshine and mild temperatures as high pressure becomes a feature of our forecast.
A weak area of high pressure will still provide the Bluegrass with light winds and sunny skies for our Wednesday as we await our next storm system.
High pressure is moving out of the Bluegrass and two low pressure centers move into the region.
High pressure is currently in control of the weather across the Bluegrass bringing a mix of sun and clouds and keeping the wind fairly calm.
Morning rain showers will push east and leave central and eastern Kentucky with mostly cloudy conditions overall for your Friday.
A cold front will moves through the Bluegrass tonight bringing showers and thunderstorms, some storms will bring strong winds and heavy rain. The biggest change will be a giant temperatures drop on the back side of the frontal boundary with temperatures dropping nearly 25 degrees in a 12 hour period.
Warmer temperatures will stick around once again tonight and into Saturday as we stay on the warm sector of a stationary front until Saturday night.
Barely any clouds in the skies thanks to an area of high pressure over the Midwest. The center of high pressure will weaken as it pushes toward the Bluegrass overnight with mostly clear skies.
High pressure will slowly take over our weather today and we’ll see decreasing cloud cover throughout the daytime hours.
A strong low pressure center will push northeast out of the Midwest has sent a warm front north across the Bluegrass. The frontal boundary is currently providing warm air and plenty of moisture.
A strong low pressure center will push east out of the Midwest bringing a large amount of rain to the Bluegrass beginning tonight and continuing throughout the overnight hours.
A strong low pressure center will push east out of the Midwest bringing a large amount of rain to the Bluegrass beginning tonight and continuing throughout the day Saturday, as plenty of moisture from the Gulf of Mexico will surge into Kentucky.
After finally getting a brief shot of sunshine cloud cover has pushed back into the Bluegrass and it is here to stay. Rain showers will re-develop late tonight with off and on showers expected throughout the daytime hours for Friday along a stationary frontal boundary.
Rain showers that slowly push through Kentucky Sunday have all moved east and we are left with mostly cloudy skies for your Presidents Day.
A low pressure disturbance will send increasing clouds cover across the Bluegrass tonight and off and on rain showers possible throughout the day on Sunday.
A low pressure center attached to a cold front to the north west of the Bluegrass will stall out over the Ohio valley for the next 24 hours sending warm moist air toward Kentucky along with plenty of moisture for rain showers.
High pressure continues to bring clear skies across the Bluegrass for Saturday evening; however expect increasing clouds throughout the overnight hours as the first round of precipitation moves in Sunday morning in the form of a rain/snow mix.
After warm and above average temperatures a cold front brought us back to reality and dropped temperatures over 40 degrees in some locations.