LEXINGTON, Ky. (FOX 56) — It was a perfect day out there across the Commonwealth — 60s and sunshine and at times a breezy wind. We’ll keep the nicer weather going, but a few cold nights bring frost before strong storms roll in by the end of the week again.

Overnight low drops into the mid-30s. There is a slight chance we will see some patchy frost. A cold front will keep temps a little lower Tuesday in the mid-50s.

It will be mostly cloudy with a slight chance for a few spotty showers. We will start to clear out again on Wednesday, but this will be one of the coldest nights.

Lows drop into the upper 20s bringing another hard freeze. Plants will be at risk, so cover them or bring them in. We will warm back up into the 60s Wednesday under a mostly sunny sky. We will see minimal wind as high-pressure rolls across the region.


Overnight Wednesday, we will see lows back near freezing. Another chance for frost and plant should be brought in or covered again. Thursday will be sunny and warm again as winds start to increase.

The next big thing has strong to severe storms across the region. We may see some of these across Kentucky from Friday night into Saturday.


There will be changes to this system as it grows closer, but we will want to keep a close eye out for severe storms by the weekend.