LEXINGTON, Ky. (FOX 56) – The strong to severe storms have wrapped up across the Commonwealth. While we trend drier through the day Saturday, winds will then become a problem.

A high wind warning and a wind advisory are in place for everyone through Saturday night. Wind gusts over 55 mph will lead to issues again.


We’ll get some sunshine Saturday morning, but clouds roll back in late in the day to go along with the gusty winds, and we’ll see a slight chance for a few isolated showers.

We won’t finally see the weather completely settle until Sunday when we get high temperatures in the upper 50s with plenty of sunshine. High pressure rolls in to keep things quiet into the start of next week.


Another warm front pushes us to 70 by Monday with a slight chance for a few spotty showers. We’re already watching for another round of strong to severe storms by Tuesday, which once again highlights parts of the Commonwealth.