LEXINGTON, Ky. (FOX 56) – Clouds increase through the day with a few showers developing by late afternoon into the evening as a warm front lifts north.
Temperatures will be mild, with the warmest air across southern Kentucky where the warm front will pass through first.
Rain and storms become likely overnight into early Thursday morning as a cold front works into the state.
There’s a low-end chance for a strong storm or two, but the greatest chance will be near I-65 and points to the West.
The main threat will be gusty/damaging wind gusts, but an isolated tornado can’t be ruled out. Make sure you have multiple ways to get weather information.
Much cooler air arrives for the end of the week bringing temperatures back near average in the 30s and 40s.
We’re keeping an eye on another storm system late Saturday night into Sunday. At this time, rain or snow, or a mix of both, is possible. More details will come into focus over the next few days.