Our holiday weekend has been fantastic with an abundance of sunshine and nice temperatures paired with lower humidity. This nice weather trend will last at least through Labor Day, if not even into much of this week. If you are interested in another burst of summer, we have one coming up. High temperatures will remain in the mid to upper 80s Monday through Thursday. A little humidity will come back too, so it won't feel as comfortable as the past two or three days have felt. A front will keep rain chances north of the Ohio River for Monday. Rain chances will continue to be slim to none through midweek too, but later in the week, another cold front will bring showers back to the Bluegrass.
A wild weather ride is ahead this week due to the aforementioned cold front. Temperatures will go from near 90 degrees on Tuesday down to the upper 70s by Friday, then the low to mid 70s into next weekend. Needless to say, that will feel much more like fall. The Rockies will even see some snow from this weather-maker. Enjoy what has the potential to be the last push of summer 2020 this week.