This weekend we'll continue to climb- through the 60s - to near 70 by Monday. It will be the ideal definition of "chamber of commerce" weather. Highs will reach only the upper-30s and there's a chance of snow in the morning. There was some patchy frost too.
Frost looks likely Thursday night as we drop to around 30 under partly cloudy skies. Channel 3's Meteorologist Mike Cameron expects a breeze that could gust to over 20 miles per hour, however it will die down by Sunday evening.
Expect plenty of sunshine and some scattered clouds Saturday.
The rain chances carry over into Sunday, but it won't be a widespread chance of soaking rain. Even so, temperatures stay comfortably mild throughout next week with highs mainly in the 60s. Lows should generally be in the low 30s but there might be some isolated upper 20s, certainly in sheltered valley locations.
Bucks rout Celtics, close series gap to 2-1
Bogdanovic scored 15 in the fourth quarter as the Pacers took a 2-1 lead in the series, with Game 4 on Sunday in Indianapolis. I could go on and on about what Milwaukee needs to do better to get back into this series but the message is pretty simple.
Even when the rain isn't falling though, overcast conditions will dominate with little to no sunshine expected during the day today. High temperatures will be in the middle 60s. It should be absolutely fantastic to be out and about Sunday afternoon. The center of the high pressure system will move off the coast allowing our wind direction to become more southerly.
Things start to change Tuesday.
Thankfully, the skies will dry out for the first day of Hillbilly Days in Pikeville. After those few showers exit by Wednesday morning, we'll see highs only in the upper 50s.
Tonight: We will have mainly clear skies throughout the night with a low of 29 degrees.