It will get cold as we "fall back" to standard time. Daylight Saving Time ends at 2 AM. The afternoon clouds will clear and temperatures will settle into the mid to upper 20s. Lexington is still looking for the first hard freeze (28° or colder) of the season, and tonight could be the night.
We'll hang onto a little bit of a chill tomorrow with highs in the lower 50s under bright sunshine. The feel will go from "chilly" to "seasonably cool" as we head into the new week. Temperatures will edge through the 50s and hit 60° by Wednesday. Along the way it will remain dry, but clouds will start to thicken up mid-week. A system will bring widespread rain and a few storms on Thursday. Once the rain departs, even colder air will arrive. This cold snap could send high temperatures into the 40s on Friday. The noticeable November chill will linger through next weekend.