LEXINGTON, Ky. (FOX 56) – Showers and drizzle taper off this morning, but the clouds will linger. It will be a gradual process for the clouds to move out.

The first to see the sun will be the Bluegrass region which points north. Southern Kentucky will be up against the clock to see some sun before it sets. Make sure you take a jacket to the high school football playoffs this evening, it will be chilly.

Clouds will be gone overnight setting the stage for temperatures to drop like a rock. We’ll bottom out in the low 30s and some upper 20s by Saturday morning.

Saturday starts off with some high clouds drifting into the state. Clouds increase through the day, but overall another mild one with highs in the upper 50s and lower 60s. The forecast for the Governor’s Cup looks good.

Rain moves in Saturday night and lingers into Sunday, especially during the first half of the day.

The wind is really going to crank on Sunday thanks to a big low-pressure passing to our northwest.

Wind gusts over 40 mph are possible, especially in the morning and early afternoon.

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