We may not have set a record low temperature this morning, but we did tie the record at 27 set back in 1928! We saw lots of sunshine today and the sunshine will return tomorrow! Tonight will chilly and we could see some patchy frost with temperatures dropping once again into the mid-upper 30s. Thursday will be great, lots of sunshine and much warmer, in the mid-upper 60s. Clouds will increase Thursday night as another cold front moves through Friday morning. Now this cold front isn't as strong as Monday's, so there are a few showers through the day with mostly cloudy conditions. Saturday and Sunday will be great days to be out and enjoy! Mid-upper 60s and lots of sunshine through Easter Sunday afternoon. Clouds once again return to south central Kentucky ahead of another front that could bring some rain showers and isolated thunderstorms. Early next week will remain warm, in the 70s. We'll dry out Tuesday and Wednesday next week. Be sure to check us out on Radar's Facebook page, Twitter, @NBC40_weather and Instagram, @nbc40weather.
Meteorologist Peter Crank