Midnight Update: Rain showers have moved mainly along and east of I-75 tonight, where areas that saw rain earlier this afternoon, west of I-75, are experiencing patchy dense fog. We will continue to see light, scattered rain showers overnight, mainly for areas east of I-75. Overnight low temperatures will only fall into the lower 60s, making for a mild and muggy Saturday morning. More scattered rain showers are expected to develop throughout Saturday, with highs around 77 degrees.
We will continue to have warm and muggy conditions through the weekend, with periods of rain and thunderstorms.
Tonight: Scattered rain showers and thunderstorms will be possible this evening, mainly west of I-75, with isolated rain showers possible elsewhere. Some patchy dense fog will be possible as well, especially for locations that receive rainfall this evening. Overnight low temperatures will be around 64 degrees.
Saturday: Periods of rain showers will continue throughout the day as a slow moving low pressure system spins over Kentucky and a stationary front over the Ohio Valley slowly slides southward into Kentucky. Saturday high temperatures will be around 77 degrees, with muggy conditions.
Saturday Night: Scattered rain showers and a few thunderstorms will be possible, with overnight low temperatures around 62 degrees.
Sunday: Temperatures will remain warm for Sunday, with highs around 80 degrees. There will continue to be a chance for scattered rain showers and thunderstorms during the day.
Next Week: Temperatures will be in the mid 80s for the start of next week, with the chance for an isolated shower or thunderstorm.