Today was a pretty great October day. Now we're looking to go for back-to-back beautiful fall days! Tomorrow will feature sunshine with highs near 70° after starting off in the lower 40s. Friday won't be so bad either, however we'll have to deal with more clouds and slightly cooler temperatures. The next big weather maker comes this weekend.
A strong center of low pressure will cut across the Rockies and the Plains over the coming days. It will produce snow in the mountains and heavy rain through the lower elevations. The exact track, and therefore the impacts, are still in flux. It will come down to how quickly the low cuts east. A faster turn on Friday means we will start to feel the impacts sooner. If the low digs deeper into Texas on Friday, then the rain will hold off until closer to Saturday morning. Either way this system will bring the potential for heavy rain. This weekend's rainfall should make up for our bone-dry September and continue alleviating the drought around the Bluegrass.