Midnight Update: Most of the heavier showers have weakened or dissipated in the last hour, leaving behind only a few lighter rain showers. Most areas will stay dry the rest of the night into the very early hours of Sunday morning before rain showers start to redevelop.
Visibilities have begun to drop in southern Kentucky. Be ready for some patchy, dense fog if you are headed out late tonight or early Sunday morning.
Temperatures have dropped into the mid and upper 60s across the region, with Lexington at 69°.
Scattered showers continue to spin across the region this evening, but will die down late tonight, becoming less widespread. Patchy fog could develop early Sunday morning. Temperatures will stay on the mild side and only drop into the low 60s by Sunday morning.
Scattered rain showers will start to kick off again late Sunday morning and continue through Sunday evening. Some areas will see little rain during the day, while others will see heavy rain at times. When dry expect mostly cloudy skies. Even with the rain and cloud cover, temperatures will be able to climb back into the mid 70s.
Early Monday morning, the rain will finally exit to our east, leaving us with a mostly sunny afternoon with afternoon highs reaching into the mid and upper 80s!