Cool Sunday

If you have been keeping up with the blog the past two days, you’ve seen that the models have been disagreeing on the chance of showers making its way into the area for Sunday. Well we can disregard any of that because as mentioned last post, there simply isn’t moisture being fed in front of the approaching cold front. The ingredients just aren’t there. A cold front is stretched across the western portions of Kentucky and Tennessee and will be passing over tonight, there may be some clouds overhead as the front approaches, but the main thing to be aware of is the temperatures on the backside of the front. Lows will drop tonight into the low 40’s and a high tomorrow in the low 60’s. A huge negatively tilted trough is currently being dug out over the region today and tonight bringing with it arctic air. Cold air will remain in place over the next few days until the middle of next week.We may also even see our first frost of the year Monday morning. It will be patchy but with lows dipping into the mid to upper 30’s you can’t rule it out.

Fall is here folks, so enjoy the quiet, relaxing weather while it lasts! A blog update will come again on Monday.

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