We’ve been spoiled with sunshine and mild temperatures today thanks to a round of high pressure. It will not be the end of it in the short-term, but we do have a few small blips on the radar. For right now, temperatures are running nice and mild in the low to middle 60s. Sunshine has been abundant with only a few cumuli from the passing tough, or the large deck seen from the south associated with the stalled front that passed yesterday.
An isolated shower isn’t necessarily out of the question for northeastern counties this afternoon/evening, but the chance remains low. Instead, it’s mostly just a bit of cloud coverage and mild temperatures for the rest of your Wednesday. Thursday will again show a mix of sun and clouds with the higher concentrations being in the southern counties. That is, until a diving clipper arrives from the north. Right after dinnertime on Thursday, a few isolated rain showers are possible as the cold front slices through Kentucky. Don’t expect much. Afterwards, the cold air of Friday morning will allow a few isolated rain/snow showers to drop mostly Friday morning. Eastern counties will have the best chance to see a few flakes, but don’t count on any sticking, save for maybe a brief coating on grassy surfaces. The warmer afternoon of Friday (highs in the 40s) will melt whatever does collect. Early Saturday morning will see the clouds disappear and we will be greeted with sunshine and rebounding temperatures over the weekend.