LEXINGTON, Ky. (FOX 56) – Thanksgiving starts dry with some filtered sunshine early on, but thicker clouds move in late day.
It will be mild with highs in the low to mid-60s. Showers will be possible after sunset.
If you plan to do some shopping on Black Friday, take an umbrella or raincoat as showers will be moving through the state.
The rain chance is greatest during the morning hours before tapering off during the afternoon. Clouds stick around most of the day, but some could see some late-day sunshine. Otherwise, expect cooler highs in the 50s.
Another wave of low-pressure heads in our direction over the weekend. It will bring another round of rain by Saturday night and will continue into the first half of Sunday.
Winds will be very breezy with this system with wind gusts up to 40 mph!
Skies dry out by Sunday afternoon with clouds that linger and highs in the 50s once again. All eyes are on our next system into next mid-week that brings more rain, winds, and even a few strong storms. Something we’ll be watching closely!
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