We woke up to dry and mild conditions for your Friday morning. As far as temperatures go, they won't be going far today because of the excessive amount of cloud cover.
Conditions will improve this afternoon. As clearing continues, partly sunny skies will filter in across the Tri-State, which will definitely help our struggling temperatures warm up into the 60s. Mostly clear skies with calm winds will settle in overnight. Lows could get as chilly as the mid 40s.
High pressure will continue settling in across the Tri-State, which will be just in time for our Saturday afternoon. It’s going to be a beautiful one! Temperatures will climb into the mid to upper 70s under mostly clear skies. Unfortunately, there will be a small hiccup Saturday night into Sunday morning. Scattered thunderstorms will spread up slowly from the south into our western Kentucky communities late afternoon into the evening. We're also tracking a cold front that will be marching from the northwest. There is a good chance some of those storms could be on the stronger side or severe. The Storm Prediction Center has placed the entire Tri-State under a Slight Risk or "2" on the Severe Threat Index.
We will continue to monitor the storm systems and keep you updated through Saturday. Please stay weather aware and have a way to receive watches/warnings tomorrow night.