This early summer tease we've enjoyed all weekend long may be harshly interrupted by mid-week.
If Saturday was perfect day weather-wise, what does that make Sunday?
Some of the warmest temperatures of the season have made their way into the seven-day forecast, but they haven't arrived alone.
If we stay patient through the beginning of this week, we will be rewarded with sunshine and temperatures at or near 70 as the week ends.
Heavy rain prompted the National Weather Service to issue a Flood Watch for the area through Friday morning.
March had its moments as part of a brutal winter in the region but its final day on Monday will be close to perfect.
The Kentucky House gave final passage Friday to the so-called “snow days” bill that would give school districts until June 6 to make up ins
Temperatures will mostly be in the fifties and above in the coming days but wind and rain are also part of the forecast.
The calendar tells us that it is now officially spring, a point bolstered by some warm temperatures in recent days.
Thursday marks the International Day of Happiness and the first day of spring.
Monday started in the low-20s but will warm to the 40s this afternoon.
Then things start to look really great.
The death throes of winter continue as spring makes a comeback on Friday only to be slayed again on Sunday when snow returns to the area.
The high temperature on Tuesday afternoon will reach the upper 60s, flirting with 70.
Sunny and 63?