LEXINGTON, Ky. (FOX 56) — Those pesky clouds hung around again Tuesday, which held temperatures in the mid-50s again. This is now our third day in a row with temperatures 10 degrees below average. We’ll remedy the gloomy sky and cooler temperature situation on Wednesday.

Clouds slowly clear overnight as temperatures drop into the low 40s. We’ll wake up to some sunshine with the cooler temperatures on Wednesday.

Warmer air rolls in to bring us back to near-average, with high temperatures nearing 70 on Wednesday afternoon. Lexington’s average high temperature is 68 degrees, so we’re right there with the forecast.


Unfortunately, the sunshine won’t last. Temperatures will remain warmer into Thursday, with high temperatures back near 70, but clouds will increase ahead of some rain chances in the afternoon.

An approaching cold front will push a round of scattered rain into the Commonwealth on Thursday night. The scattered rain continues into Friday morning.

We’ll see a break in the action before a second boundary will kick up another round of showers Friday evening.


We’re also watching a third wave that could bring scattered rain for parts of Saturday afternoon once again.

Temperatures will take a tumble into the weekend to go along with the rain and gloomy, cloudy conditions.


Sunday does look like it will open us back to the sun, but the warmer weather waits until next week.