Midnight Update: Rain showers have come to an end, yet with the leftover moisture, clearing skies, and cooling temperatures, patchy dense fog is forming across the region. Overnight low temperatures will continue to fall into the mid 50s overnight, with locally dense fog continuing into the Thursday morning commute. After a foggy start to the day, more sunshine is expected for Thursday afternoon, with a high of 79 degrees. More sunshine continues for Friday into Saturday, with highs back in the lower 80s. Another chance for rain returns for late Sunday, with a high of 77 degrees.
Rain showers across Southern Kentucky will come to an end tonight, with patchy dense fog developing overnight. More sunshine and warmer temperatures return for the end of the week.
TONIGHT: Rain showers and isolated thunderstorms have been confined to Southern Kentucky today, with the Lexington Metro area missing out on the rain completely, while places like Rockcastle County were under a Flash Flood Warning for a few hours this afternoon. Rain will diminish tonight, with patchy dense fog developing overnight. Overnight low temperatures will be around 56 degrees.
THURSDAY: After some morning fog, more sunshine returns for Thursday afternoon, with partly cloudy skies and a high of 79 degrees. A warming trend will begin Thursday and continue into the weekend.
FRIDAY: We will have mostly sunny skies and a high of 81 degrees for Friday afternoon, with temperatures around 76 degrees for the start of the high school football games Friday evening.
WEEKEND: Saturday looks to start off the weekend dry, with partly cloudy skies and a high of 82 degrees. The chance for scattered rain showers will return for late Sunday, with mostly cloudy skies and a high of 77 degrees. A cold front will move through Sunday night into early Monday.
NEXT WEEK: Temperatures will be in the mid to upper 70s for early next week, with partly cloudy skies, and the chance for a few isolated rain showers.