After a dreary and gloomy start, today has turned around. The sun broke through and temperatures warmed into the 50s. A few clouds will linger with lows only dropping into the 40s overnight. The dry conditions will roll over into tomorrow.
We might not see a more perfect day for putting up your outdoor Christmas decorations. Sunday will be feature increasing clouds but it will be dry and unseasonably warm with highs in the low to mid 60s. Just be careful going up on the ladder during the afternoon as the wind picks back up. 30 mph gusts will be possible. Then we are tracking a strong low to cross the Bluegrass tomorrow night. A cold rain will fall and could end with a few flakes mixing in Monday morning. Temperatures appear to bob just above the freezing mark, so there shouldn’t be too many issues on the roads as you head back to work after the holiday.
A blast of Arctic air is waiting on the other side. After the 60s Sunday, highs will be slashed by 30 degrees through mid-week. And morning lows will be in the low to mid 20s. Meanwhile, the beginning of December is looking warmer.