Getting Better as the Weekend Goes On

Posted at 2:14 PM, Nov 02, 2018

After a drab few days, the forecast is looking up for the weekend. Sprinkles, maybe a stray shower will try to develop between and now midnight. Otherwise skies remain mostly cloudy and it will be getting cold tonight. Saturday may not look the greatest to start, but by the afternoon we are tracking the return of sunshine. It should be a perfect afternoon for the Cats game and Breeders’ Cup races in Louisville. We will flip the script Sunday – early sunshine will give way to more clouds. It will be warmer and getting breezy to close out the weekend.

Also, Daylight Saving Time ends at 2 AM Sunday. That’s means we turn our clocks back an hour and get an extra hour of sleep.

Another round of widespread rain with embedded thunderstorms will track through the area to start the new week.​ Some storms Monday night and Tuesday could be on the strong to gusty side. Heavy rain will be the biggest threat. We’ll just keep climbing the charts for the wettest year on record. Starting Wednesday another dose of chilly Canadian air will arrive. After being in the mid 60s to start the week, we are tracking highs to only manage the mid 40s next Thursday and Friday.