Midnight Update: A line of thunderstorms have been moving into Western Kentucky tonight, yet they are loosing energy as they move eastward. We look to have this line of rain move into the Bluegrass between 2am and 4am. There will be a chance for some patchy fog Wednesday morning, with the recent rainfall we've had across the region.
Thunderstorms will continue to move eastward and away tonight, with some breaks in the clouds. Another round of possibly strong to severe thunderstorms will move through on Wednesday.
Tonight: Rain and thunderstorm activity will diminish overnight with partly to mostly cloudy skies and overnight low temperatures in the low to mid 60s. With the recent rainfall today, there will be a possibility for some patchy fog for early Wednesday.
Wednesday: Once again, we are under a slight risk for severe thunderstorms on Wednesday, from the Storm Prediction Center. The biggest threats look to be damaging winds and large hail. The timing of those storms looks to be between 3pm to 9pm Wednesday. Wednesday afternoon will be warm, with a high of 81 degrees. We look to have mostly cloudy skies throughout the day, yet the more sunshine we end up having on Wednesday, the more severe thunderstorms may become.
Wednesday Night: A cold front will move through the area Wednesday night into early Thursday, with the chance for some rain showers and thunderstorms. Thursday morning low temperatures will be around 60 degrees.
Thursday: Milder temperatures return for Thursday, yet the chance for rain will linger for Thursday afternoon as a weather disturbance passes by to the north. Thursday afternoon high temperatures will be around 74 degrees.
Friday: Pleasant weather returns Friday into the Memorial Day Weekend, with highs around 68 degrees on Friday, with partly sunny skies.
Memorial Day Weekend: We will start off the weekend sunny and comfortable, yet there will be a possibility for some scattered rain showers for Sunday and Memorial Day Monday. Temperatures will remain in the lower 70s for Sunday and Monday.