Can’t sugar coat it, today won’t be the prettiest of days. Dreary stretch begins with off and on cold rain showers. as a dreary stretch begins. A low connected to the remnants of Hurricane Willa will track through the Commonwealth today, which will keep widespread rain around. This will be the first of multiple waves of rain to sweep through the Bluegrass into early next week.
A little glimmer of hope; the weekend won’t be a complete washout. Showers will gradually taper off after midnight. Saturday will be a little drier. We are tracking a small chance for showers around the Bluegrass, while eastern counties will have a better shot for some pesky showers. Another disturbance will cruise through the Ohio Valley late in the weekend. The wind will kick up and rain will return.
The dreary stretch finally ends early Monday. We are tracking high pressure to build in. By Tuesday the sun will return and temperatures will warm up into the 60s. Halloween looks to be mild, but a cold front could bring showers for trick-or-treaters. Temperatures will remain mild and showers will linger into the start of November.