High pressure clears the sky. More frost tonight!
After a mostly cloudy and cold start to the day, the clouds are breaking over Louisville with temps warming into the lower 50's.
Clouds from this morning, associated with an upper level disturbance in the jet stream, are now exiting off to our east and a large area of clearing is moving in from the west.
With lots of sunshine and light winds, we'll see afternoon temps warming into the upper 50's and low 60's. Still cool for this time of the year, but a touch milder than what we saw over the weekend.
High pressure will remain in control of our weather tonight with clear skies and light winds allowing temps to fall off into the 30's for much of the area. Frost will be likely!
Expanding our view and looking further upstream, another cold front is moving through the northern plains.
This front will arrive early Wednesday morning and will be accompanied by clouds and a slight chance of showers. It will also reinforce the already cool air in place.
Be sure to join Marc with the latest on how cold it will get starting at 4 on WDRB News!
Meteorologist Jeremy Kappell