Today has been on the cool side thanks to the weekend cold front, but we’re still running pretty close to normal for the season. Temperatures will top out this afternoon in the upper 40s and low 50s across the board. Wind out of the northwest has allowed for a cooler day. Rain left the MaxTrack early this morning and will not return (in full) until Wednesday.
Looking ahead, it’ll be a stretch of relatively normal weather for Thanksgiving week. Temperatures start cold or cool in the mornings and transition to mild for the afternoon with the sunshine. A mix of sun and clouds will be present each day, except for Wednesday which looks to bring abundant cloud coverage as the next storm system arrives. Showers will move through in a line and will put down a decent amount of rainfall. Estimates as of early week look to run in the 0.25” to 1.50” range for the Bluegrass and the Northwestern counties. Some localized amounts north of 1.50” possible. The Lakes, Eastern, and Southeastern regions will have lower amounts, generally ranging from a trace to 0.50.” The rain looks to clear most areas in Kentucky early Thursday morning. The extreme southeastern counties may see showers in the middle morning hours Thanksgiving. Skies will clear again and as we move into the weekend temperatures remain mild with a nice few days. Cooler air expected next week.