Your Saturday began cloud free and chilly, but will end up mostly sunny by the afternoon. As winds shift out of the south at 5-12 mph, afternoon highs will reach near 70 degrees in most places. More clouds build in for the evening which well help insulate the surface through the morning hours on Sunday. Overnight lows tonight into Sunday will only drop to 50 degrees. Sunday brings in the chances for wet weather. A cold front will push into Kentucky out of the northwest by lunch and bring widespread rain for areas north of I-64. Then, chances for spotty showers and even an isolated T'Storm for Sunday evening across the Bluegrass. The work week looks to be a warm one with little fluctuation in temperatures, but 20-30% chance of isolated T'Storms and scattered showers everyday.