After a really nice shot of warmth this past weekend, prepare to dive back into cold temperatures. To quickly put it into perspective, the high temps over the next few days won’t even be as high as the low temps from this past weekend. While the temperatures will be decreasing, the rain/snow flurry chances will be increasing slightly during the next 48 hours. Louisville is already seeing a few of these light showers that should be moving further south along I-65 in our direction tonight. While there are no expected travel impacts at this point, it never hurts to use a little extra caution when on the roads.
Cloudy conditions will persist throughout the rest of the day with the introduction of scattered drizzles throughout the night. Temps will drop below freezing overnight, leading to possible scattered flurries.
Any leftover flurries will turn back to a light rainy drizzle around noon Tuesday and remain that way until the sun sets. At that point, those drizzles will turn back to flurries before moving out of the Commonwealth entirely. Daytime temperatures won’t make it out of the 30s. Any drizzle/flurries will be very hit or miss. No travel delays are expected.
We’ll see much clearer sky conditions as high pressure starts building in to the Southeastern US Wednesday. Those clear conditions will continue overnight and allow for temps to drop even deeper into the 20s by Thursday morning.
Today: High of 45, cloudy, increasing rain/flurry chances overnight.
Tomorrow: Waking up to a cool 31 degrees! On and off flurry and rain chances throughout the day. High of 41.
Wednesday: Sunrise temp of 28, so bundle up! Mainly sunny with a high of 39.