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It’s been a gloomy past couple of days across the Ohio Valley and somewhat cool and below average too. A small wave of energy managed to push enough south get some moisture and rain showers to some counties across central and eastern Kentucky. It’s the first measurable rainfall since 11/11 when we gained 1.6” of snowfall.
If you were up this morning we started the day off with some sunshine but the clouds quickly took over and it’s been mostly cloudy since then. These clouds are being pushed off a frontal boundary west of Kentucky but will move through Monday.
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.
Kentucky is currently stuck in a weather pattern of cool nights and sunny days with temperatures below average. All of this includes a bit of a dry spell too, today was no different with highs in the mid to upper 40s and sunny skies. Lexington’s average high for this time of year is 56 degrees we’ve been nearly 10 degrees below average for the past several days.
Kentucky is currently stuck in a weather pattern of cool nights and sunny days with temperatures below average. All of this includes a bit of a dry spell too, today was no different with highs in the mid to upper 40s and sunny skies.
People really had to bundle up this morning with record low temperatures in Lexington, Frankfort, Jackson, and London. Many locations had wind chill factors in the single digits.
Plenty of people across the country talking about the weather today, from how much snow they got in their own backyards to how cold it was this morning. The weather certainly played a big factor in people’s lives today. Temperatures only moved into the low to mid 20s for highs even with the sunshine.
We finish off the work week with a very sunny but cold day across the Ohio Valley. Morning lows started in the low to mid 20s and high temperatures struggled to make it into the upper 30s with winter like temperatures squarely in place across Kentucky.
It’s been a rainy day across the Bluegrass as the weather pattern is shifting and a cold front is pushing across the Ohio Valley. Behind this frontal boundary Canadian cold air will surge into the Kentucky and we will get a taste of winter.
We had sunny skies for most of the day but a cold front is approaching the region and cloud cover has taken over for the afternoon hours ahead of rain showers for this evening. Temperatures have been seasonable to above average with highs in the 60s across the Bluegrass but a big pattern shift is on the way.
It was a gloomy Election Day across the Bluegrass with light to moderate rain showers across the northern half of Kentucky. Temperatures have stayed cool and with the sun out during the afternoon hours we have started to move into the low 50s
Sunday was a sunny and seasonable day and after a chilly overnight with many locations seeing frost develop on cars and grassy areas warmer weather is on the way.
A cold front moves through the Ohio Valley but many people probably didn’t even realize it because it only brought a few bits of cloud cover, and it didn’t hamper the sun from shining most of the day.
After a gloomy past couple of days and sunny is finally shining with blue sky conditions, temperatures are on the cool side with highs only moving into the mid to upper 40s to start out November.
There’s no real good way to spin today, it was a gloomy downright ugly weather day. We had overcast skies all day with light to moderate rain showers on top of that it was windy with gusts up to 30 MPH at times. Temperatures started in the low 60s at midnight but have continued to drop since, with overnight low expect to go into the upper 20s!
It was a gloomy day across the Bluegrass with overcast skies and light to moderate rain showers for a majority of the day as a warm front continues to move across the Bluegrass.
It was a gloomy day across the Bluegrass with overcast skies and light to moderate rain showers for a majority of the day as the remnants of what was briefly Tropical Storm Olga push trough Kentucky.
It was a gloomy day across the Bluegrass with overcast skies and then eventually rain showers moving in to portions of southern Kentucky in the afternoon hours and pushing north during the evening hours. The rain will stick around until Saturday morning.
We had another beautiful Fall day with plenty of sunshine and warm conditions across central and eastern Kentucky. High temperatures remained in the upper 60s to 70s which is above average for this time of year; Lexington’s seasonable high is 65 degrees.
We had a beautiful Fall day with plenty of sunshine and cool conditions across central and eastern Kentucky. High temperatures remained in the mid to upper 60s which is seasonable for this time of year; Lexington’s seasonable high is 65 degrees.