We’re still tracking an unsettled pattern arriving on Halloween which will bring showers and storms along with wind. Although today, we’ve been sunny, then cloudy but most importantly mild. Temperatures are now in the 60s and low 70s around the state. MaxTrack Remains clear and will do so until tomorrow afternoon.
For those trick-or-treating tonight, things will be looking and feeling great! Temperatures will be cooling from the 60s around that time so mild and dry. The cold front will inch closer overnight into Wednesday. As of now, timing looks to put rain and storms into the Bluegrass through the early afternoon and evening. Southern and southeastern counties look to stay dry until late Wednesday or even early Thursday. The second low will ramp up rain for everyone through the day Thursday, which is also the best chance for rain this week. Showers will come to an end Friday and the air cools down as the rain leaves.
Tuesday Trick-or-Treat Forecast: