Midnight Update: Temperatures have climbed slightly since this evening. We are back into the low and mid 50s across the region, with Lexington currently at 53°. With the temperature increase this evening, morning lows should be able to stay closer to 50° instead of the mid and upper 40s as first thought.
Rain continues to become more scattered, but we still have plenty of rain moving through the region.
Meteorologist Michael Estime will update you on our wet work week ahead starting at 5 a.m. on Good Morning Kentucky.
An upper-level storm system to our south is very slowly moving east now. The system will continue to pump more moisture and rain into the region through the early part of the work week.
Rain showers are becoming more scattered this evening, allowing for some breaks in the constant rainfall. While we saw some heavy rain Sunday afternoon, the remaining rain for this evening and Monday morning will only be light to moderate for the most part. Temperatures could dip into the mid and upper 40s by Monday morning.
Scattered rain showers will continue to move through Kentucky Monday afternoon. When it's not raining, expect mostly cloudy skies overhead. Afternoon highs will only be near 60°.
Rain will not be as likely on Tuesday, but some scattered showers, and possibly a thunderstorm, are still in the forecast. We will be slightly warmer with a highs back in the upper 60s.