Midnight Update: There are a few lingering rain showers south of I-64, as of 11:30pm, yet most of the rain will diminish into the early morning hours of Wednesday. We will have another chance for some patchy dense fog developing early Wednesday morning as low temperatures fall into the lower 50s by daybreak Wednesday.
The chance for scattered rain showers and thunderstorms will stay in the forecast this week, as a slow moving low pressure system lingers over the Mid-Atlantic through Thursday, followed by an approaching cold front Friday into Saturday. T...emperatures will remain mild, with highs generally 70 to 75 degrees, and low temperatures in the 50s. Cooler temperatures return by the end of the weekend.
Tonight: A line of rain showers and some embedded thunderstorms will move through the region this evening, followed by isolated rain chances overnight. Skies will generally be mostly cloudy, with overnight low temperatures around 53 degrees. Patchy dense fog will be possible as well.
Wednesday: We will start off the day with some patchy fog, yet for most of the Bluegrass Region, we will start off with some sunshine, before more cloud cover moves in by the afternoon and evening hours. More scattered rain showers and thunderstorms will be possible on Wednesday, especially during the afternoon and evening hours. Wednesday afternoon high temperatures will be around 73 degrees.
Thursday: Partly sunny skies will be around with a high of 76 degrees. There will be a chance for an isolated rain shower or thunderstorm, yet most of us look to stay dry.
Friday: A cold front will approach from the west giving us the chance for scattered rain showers and thunderstorms, especially in the afternoon and evening. Some thunderstorms may contain gusty winds. Friday afternoon high temperatures will be around 75 degrees.
Weekend: Lingering rain showers will be possible for Saturday, with highs around 70 degrees and mostly cloudy skies. More sunshine returns for Sunday, with highs around 62 degrees.