Noon Update: Visibilities have begun to increase, but are still reduced in some areas due to the fog. The fog should finish lifting early this afternoon.
Temperatures are also climbing, especially in southern Kentucky. Somerset and London have reached 73° with Lexington only at 68°.
Everyone is dry for now, but we could still see an isolated shower or two this afternoon.
Chief Meteorologist Jason Myers will be in to update you on our weekend rain chances tonight at 5, 6, and 11.
Visibilities are falling to less than a mile in some Kentucky cities this morning. Make sure your headlights are on, leave extra space between you and the car in front of you, and drive a little slower as you head out this morning. The fog could stick around through the middle to late part of the morning.
A few isolated showers are expected this afternoon, but most of the day will be dry. We could see a little more sunshine late in the afternoon as skies begin to slowly clear. Temperatures will be similar to yesterday as we climb into the mid and upper 70s.
Any rain showers that develop will come to an end Friday evening. Dry conditions will continue into Saturday morning as we drop to near 60°.
Most areas are looking dry for Saturday afternoon, but we can't rule out an isolated shower. Temperatures will be near 80° with a mix of sun and clouds.