Skies will remain mostly cloudy through the afternoon, and temperatures will peak in the upper 50s in most areas. The most widespread showers are in southern Kentucky, but a weak disturbance will ride along a weakening front late today, producing another opportunity for scattered showers in central Kentucky. Rainfall totals will be near 1/4" in most places, with a few parts of southern Kentucky seeing 1/2" or so. The final rain showers will exit eastern Kentucky early on Thursday, and high pressure will arrive and provide brighter, drier weather. The next round of rain will reach the Bluegrass Region on Friday evening and Friday night, with rain becoming more widespread on Saturday. Showers will linger on Sunday as colder air returns. The beginning of next week will be more seasonable with a few, light rain and snow showers possible on Monday. Most of Tuesday should be dry, although a snow flurry or snow shower in the mountains can not be ruled out.