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Sunshine Will Bookend Weekend Weather

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Saturday will bring a chance of rain with sunny skies today and Easter.

April 06, 2012|by Brandon Beck, KY3 Meteorologist |



Clear and cool
SATURDAYMainly 60s
Becoming mostly cloudy with scattered showers and storms

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Temperatures are in the upper 30s and low 40s for many of us this morning!  Some light fog is likely in spots early today but then full sunshine will bring us into the middle 60s.  A cold front will move in on Saturday and with it will come scattered rain and storms.  I don't expect anything to big with this line as moisture will be limited.  IN fact the line will be weakening as it heads east and it may stay dry for many of you east of Highway 65.  Temperatures on Saturday will range from the 50s in the west to the upper 60s over the south and east.  This system will clear out by Easter Sunday and sunshine will again blanket the Ozarks.  Lows will be in the 40s and highs will be around 70.  Models have backed off on the depth of the trough in the eastern US next week, which lessens the threat of frost for us.  Temperatures will be a bit warmer than originally thought, with more rain moving in by Wednesday or Thursday.


Brandon Beck
KY3 Meteorologist


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