We are a week out from one of the biggest travel holidays of the year! Whether you are flying across the country or driving across the county, weather can have a major impact on your travel plans. Here’s a quick look at what we are expecting for KY and TN next week.
After a fairly mild day Tuesday, a cold front will be moving across the Commonwealth of KY and the TN Valley bringing with it a line of showers on Tuesday into Wednesday. Temperatures will be in the upper 40s throughout both states on Wednesday with morning lows dipping below freezing on Thursday. Thanksgiving day will be cold just like the previous day and even a little breezy at times with periods of rain. If your family is taking any photos to send with those Christmas cards, they’ll likely have to be done indoors this year. But the rain doesn’t stop on Thanksgiving Day: there’s a chance for rain each day Friday-Sunday. At least there will be a warm up expected for the weekend as temperatures jump into the 60s on Saturday.
Overall, an early look at the weather doesn’t quite look like it will be cooperating throughout most of the Holiday celebrations; however, we are still a week out, so things still have potential to change for the better. Just keep in mind that your flight planes might be changing to and from your Holiday destinations if you are flying out of or into Louisville or Nashville next week.