The clouds are finally breaking up across the Bluegrass. Depending on your location, you may have gotten anywhere from no rain at all to over an inch of rain in the Southern parts of the state.
Today, those showers are gone and we are left with the clouds and warm temps. Highs for today will reach all the way into the low 60s, about 20 degrees above average. Tonight has more rain showers moving in with lows dropping into the low 40s.
Tomorrow will get close to record-breaking temperature range again. The record high for tomorrow is 68, and we are looking at forecast highs in the mid 60s. Light rain showers will be hit and miss for most of the day.
On Thursday, the rain is gone and so are the above-average temps. It should stay relatively average with partly sunny skies. We’re looking ahead to the start of next week, where temperatures plummet and we will have a couple of days where we won’t even make it to freezing for daytime highs.