Things are trending in the “down” direction when it comes to temperatures this week. We’ve already dropped into the 50s for most in Kentucky as a strong low pulls in cool air. We will hover around and below 60 degrees each day thanks to several waves of cool air this week. The current round of showers has weakened down to a few drizzle or mist showers state-wide. Due to warmer air in our southeastern counties, we could see a few isolated pop-up thunderstorms later into the afternoon/evening. These will drop more heavy rain and produce a few strong wind gusts. However, they will be localized, and the threat of flooding remains low. Rain will fall as scattered or isolated showers, mostly Wednesday morning and we may even see a little sunshine before it sets Wednesday afternoon.
Posted at 2:22 PM, May 05, 2020
and last updated 2020-05-05 19:53:22-04
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