LEXINGTON, Ky. (FOX 56) – After a beautiful Thanksgiving holiday, rain chances and our next system make a return along with some cooler air.
Tonight, clouds thicken up as mostly cloudy conditions win out. Our next system brings light rain showers at times to the area overnight before wrapping up later Friday morning.
High temperatures rebound into the low and mid-50s on Black Friday before a cold front passes through during the afternoon hours. This will bring in some colder air as we wrap up the afternoon hours with some sunshine.
Clear skies win out Friday night with cold lows back in the 30s.
Saturday morning starts off the cold in the 30s, but we’ll warm into the mid to upper 50s. Clouds increase through the day as a big storm system heads our way.
If you’re heading to the Governor’s Cup at Kroger Field, the forecast is looking better than a couple of days ago with highs in the 50s.
Rain moves in Saturday night into Sunday ahead of a cold front. Not only will we be dealing with rain, but winds could gust over 40 mph. Another stronger system shows up into next mid-week with more rain, wind, and even some strong storms.
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