The spotlight will be on central Kentucky this weekend! The weather couldn’t be better for all the big events going on around the area. The overcast thinned out overnight. We are tracking pockets of dense fog and a chilly start to the day. A sweater or jacket will do you good for the big Cats game Saturday afternoon. We are tracking skies to become mostly sunny with highs in the mid 50s. And thank goodness it won’t be as windy as the last home game. A light breeze will blow in from the southwest throughout the day.
There will be an extra hour to celebrate the Cats big win (fingers crossed.) Daylight Saving Time ends at 2 AM Sunday. We fall back this weekend. Don’t forget to turn your clocks back one hour. The weekend will end on a warmer and breezy note. A warm front will push through the Bluegrass during the day. After starting with sunshine, clouds will fill in during the afternoon and a few showers will be possible overnight.
We are closely tracking a progressive autumn system that will bring the potential for strong to severe thunderstorms Monday night and early Tuesday. This potent squall line will be capable of producing all modes of severe threats – strong winds, hail, isolated tornadoes, and heavy rain. This is a system that we are watching very closely.