LEXINGTON, Ky. (FOX 56) — A dry, cloudy, breezy Thursday will soon turn wet as scattered rain continues to roll across the commonwealth for to end of the week.

Scattered rain showers will become more widespread through the evening and overnight. Temperatures will bottom out in the low 50s.

Rain chances stay strong through early Friday as a second little disturbance follows the main cold front.


We’ll see spotty showers last through the late evening Friday. High temperatures will struggle to hit 60 and breezy winds will turn to the northwest at 10 to 20 mph with gusts at 30 mph.

Rainfall totals will range from 0.1” to 0.5” with some isolated higher totals. A second wave will keep clouds and spotty rain chances around into early Saturday.


Winds turn southerly again Saturday which will help push temps back to the mid-60s. Gusts up to 35 mph can’t be ruled out either as this quick wave passes.

We’ll see a mix of sun and clouds linger into Sunday as winds turn back to the northwest and hold temperatures back near 60. It will be chilly again on Sunday afternoon.


Next week, another large ridge of high pressure sets up to bring us another chance at 70+ for a few days. That warmer theme isn’t likely to hold on into next weekend though.