High pressure will be. dominating your Friday, keeping our region dry and sunny! Daytime temperatures will be flirting with the mid 60s so definitely take advantage of these spring-like conditions if you can! We go to sleep to temps in the mid to upper 40s so it’ll be a chilly late night and early morning Saturday. Enjoy this break because it doesn’t last long as we are watching the potential for scattered showers to roll in through the region before 1pm. Afterwards though, expect clouds to clear out some for a partly cloudy and mostly dry remainder of your afternoon! Sunday also looks dry with highs in the mid 60s again!
Be safe and have a great weekend!
Good afternoon, everyone! We hope that you are having a wonderful week so far!
Tomorrow, our region will once more be dominated by high pressure, promoting the abundance of sunshine and a lack of precipitation chances. Because of this, we want to remind you to have sunblock and protective accessories handy to combat the very high UV Index that is anticipated. As for temperatures, our high will reach the upper 60’s and our low will drop to the upper 40’s. Overnight, showers will move into the region, being relatively brief and light in precipitation amounts. These will remain isolated into Saturday, up until around noon.
Thank you for reading! Enjoy your weekend!
Clouds will be on the increasing side as a cold front passes through the area. Isolated showers are possible throughout the afternoon, though we are not expecting a complete washout. After your dinner time though, expect rain chances to decrease significantly as clearing occurs. The high for today is 60 and the low is 45. It will feel a little cooler than what we’ve been seeing lately! Definitely bring a jacket with you if you are headed out the door during your late night and early morning.
As always, be safe and have a great Wednesday!
Good afternoon, everyone!
On this day, in 1999, Texas witnessed a remarkable hailstorm that stretched as far as two miles wide. These storms had impressive downdrafts with winds peaking around 80 miles per hour, causing for golfball-sized hail to pelt houses, breaking windows and impairing wooden structures. Fortunately, no lives were lost. However, up to 60 families were displaced due to damage to households, mainly mobile homes.
Have a great day!
A sunny start to the week as the region gets dominated by a high pressure system. Most of the rain from this weekend has shifted to our east. This will bring southerly winds giving us a warm kick. Daytime temperatures will be in the mid 70s with a high of 76. Lows will be in the upper 40s with a low of 48. Our next chance of rain comes tomorrow night, so enjoy the dry start while it lasts! Overall, we stay mild this weekend which is seasonable for this time of year.
Have a great start to your week
We catch a break from the rain today as the system moves eastward. Though this may be the case, we cannot rule out the chance for isolated showers to pop up throughout the region. Daytime temperatures will feel warm with highs flirting with the lower 80s. We go to sleep to the lower 60s with winds out of the south giving us a warm kick. Overall we look at another good chance of scattered showers on Saturday before ending the weekend on a dry note Sunday. Temperature readings for this weekend cool down just a bit but we remain seasonable!
Have a great weekend!
Good evening, everyone! How was your day?
Today, in 1989, southwestern region of the country had up to twenty-four cities under record-breaking high temperatures. For instance, the city of Phoenix in the state of Arizona recorded a high temperature of 104 degrees, to which was the second day in a row to have reached this value. If you are unaware, the highest temperature on record for the country is 134 degrees! This was set in Death Valley on July 10th, 1913!
Have a great rest of your day!
Strong storms are possible late tonight and into Thursday as a cold front sweeps through the south central Kentucky area. Though intense severe weather is not expected, the biggest concern is pea sized hail, gusty winds, and heavy rainfall. Definitely have a way to stay weather aware as this system will set up overnight. During the day today expect partly cloudy skies and mostly dry conditions. Daytime highs will be flirting with the upper 70s and we will cool down to a low of 53F. Isolated showers are possible throughout the afternoon before the main segment of this system arrives, so definitely have the rain gear handy if you plan on commuting!
Stay safe and have a wonderful Wednesday!
Good evening, everyone! We hope that you have soaked up some sun so far this week!
Tomorrow, we will have another sunny day, with clouds increasing as we approach nightfall. Into the overnight hours, showers and storms are anticipated to enter our area. However, we can’t rule out a pop-up shower in the evening ahead of the cold front. As of now, precipitation totals aren’t expected to exceed a quarter of an inch, though locally higher values are possible with thunderstorms. On the morning commute, you may have to use those windshield wipers, and don’t forget to stay cautious of slippery roads.
That’s all for today! Have a great rest of your day!
Get ready for a dry and sunny start to the work week as a high pressure system continues to dominate the region. Seasonably mild temperatures will continue on into today, with a high near 71F and a low of 51F. Mild conditions continue on into this week, but definitely take advantage of the dry start because we are tracking yet another round of rain to make its way into south central KY. Currently these rain probabilities are looking more like isolated showers into Tuesday night. Winds will be out of the SSW giving us a warm kick throughout the day!
Stay safe and have a wonderful Monday!