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More sunshine and dry time ahead

The sunshine-filled and mild pattern is here to stay a few more days


  • Warming up through Thursday
  • Big cooldown for weekend
  • Watching the chance for our first widespread frost

Few changes have been made to the forecast. We’ll have clear skies overnight Tuesday with lows once again falling into the middle/upper 40s in metro Louisville, with upper 30s likely for surrounding areas. Wednesday will be yet another sunny day with temperatures near or slightly above normal in the middle 70s.

Temperatures will spike to around 80° Thursday ahead of a slow moving cold front expected to move in late Thursday night/early Friday morning. Our winds will turn to the south, helping to warm up temperatures. Expect much cooler and breezy conditions Friday as we back off into the 60s for highs with northerly winds 10-20 miles per hour.

We’ll be watching out for our first widespread frost of the season this weekend. Morning lows Saturday and Sunday will be close to the 30s for metro Louisville, meaning outlying areas may get close to the freezing mark and produce frost. Still no rain expected over the next week.

  • TONIGHT: Clear, calm, chilly. Low: 47°
  • TOMORROW: Mostly sunny and mild. High: 76°
  • THURSDAY: Mostly sunny and warmer. High: 80°

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