LEXINGTON, Ky. (FOX 56) — A front draped across the state on Tuesday will lead to increased clouds, especially in the morning.

During the afternoon, I expect a partly sunny sky. We could see a few sprinkles, but most should stay dry. Unseasonably warm temperatures continue, with highs in the low to mid-70s.

Record warmth is possible on Wednesday as much warmer air surges into the state.

The Next Big Thing: A cold front moves into the state on Thursday, bringing a chance of showers. Unfortunately, it won’t be a drought buster, and some may stay dry.

Another wave of energy brings some showers into Friday, mainly in southern and southeastern Kentucky.

One thing’s for sure: much cooler air moves in behind the front for the weekend.