Happy Thursday morning, folks! The pattern has been unseasonably cool the past couple of days, and more of the same is ahead for the weekend! Plentiful amounts of sunshine will also dominate the weather headlines over the next several days.
A Picture-Perfect Thursday
After a crisp, cool start in the lower 50s across the area, temperatures will gradually warm into the afternoon to reach a high right around the 70-degree mark. Skies will be mostly sunny, if not totally clear throughout the entirety of the business day.
Slightly Cooler Friday
As winds become more northerly, temperatures cool down even more so for Friday. Temperatures in the morning will bottom out in the lower 40s across W.A.B.B.L.E.S. Skies will be mostly sunny, with a few passing clouds, however, most communities will be lucky to top out in the middle 60s by the afternoon hours.
The Weekend Forecast:
SATURDAY: As the pattern remains consistent into the weekend, things remain quiet across south-central Kentucky. Saturday will be just the same. Temperatures will start in the low 40s, and rise to an afternoon high of 65-67 degrees or so by the afternoon. Rain chances are virtually non-existent throughout the day.
SUNDAY: The second-half of the weekend will be quite similar to the first. Lows Sunday morning will feature temperatures in the mid-to-upper 40s across our section of the Commonwealth. Afternoon highs will again be in the middle 60s, with an abundance of sunshine in the morning, with an increase in clouds by the late afternoon.
* Chances for showers appear possible Sunday night, but it is still too early to give exact timing on the potential onset of rain chances. *