LEXINGTON, Ky. (FOX 56) — A cold front pushes south late today, but it won’t have a lot of moisture to work with. Therefore, rain chances are slight with only a stray shower possible. However, we will have hazy sunshine due to wildfire smoke.

Cooler and less humid air will work behind the front setting the stage for a pleasant Thursday. High temperatures warm into the low 70s for most, but I can’t rule out a few spots staying in the upper 60s.

With a mainly clear sky, a light wind, and dry air, temperatures will fall into the 40s Friday morning.

A pesky upper-level low pressure still looks to meander across the southeast United States over the weekend. With its close proximity, it will bring more clouds and a chance for isolated showers.

The track is still uncertain, therefore we’re keeping rain chances low until models come into better agreement. At this time though, eastern Kentucky stands the best chance for showers, especially Sunday.

Looking ahead to next week, much warmer temperatures look to arrive. We could make a run at 90 mid to late week.