For tonight, the cold front will continue to push towards the eastern coast as high pressure is set to build in from the west. A much dryer and cooler air mass will accompany this high with clearing skies and calming winds. This will set the stage for temperatures to fall into the low-mid 30's statewide with the possibility of patchy frost developing early Thursday morning. The National Weather Service out of Louisville has issued a FROST ADVISORY for south-central KY and counties to the north and east of the I-65 corridor. This advisory will be in effect from 2AM EDT/1AM CDT - 9AM EDT/8AM CDT Thursday.
|The Louisville National Weather Service (NWS) latest watches, warning, & advisories showing many counties under a FROST ADVISORY for tonight/early Thursday morning.|
Although conditions for Thursday will begin cold, temperatures look to rebound nicely as high pressure will track across the region Thursday and into Thursday night. Warmer temperatures are expected to reach highs in the low-mid 60's under mostly sunny skies with light winds from the west allowing for a nice spring day across south-central KY.
Thursday Night: Mostly Clear and cool. Low: 38º. Light NW winds 5-10 mph.
Friday: Partly Sunny skies. High: 64º. Light and variable winds from the East.
Friday Night: Increasing clouds. 50% chance for showers. Low 49º.
Saturday: Mostly cloudy, High: 64º. 50% chance for showers.
Saturday Night: Mostly Cloudy, Low: 54º. 40% chance for showers.
Forecaster: Chris Johnson