LEXINGTON, Ky. (FOX 56) – Happy Thanksgiving! After a cold start, we’re in store for an unseasonably warm afternoon. Expect highs in the low to mid-60s. There’s a shot someone could even hit 70 before clouds increase through the afternoon. Showers hold off until after sunset.

Initially, the air will be dry this evening, so showers won’t be widespread. Overnight into Friday morning showers will increase.

High temperatures in the low 50s on Black Friday will likely occur before lunchtime because colder air will move in behind a cold front. Clouds decrease late in the day with a mainly clear sky Friday night.

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.

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 40MPH.