Midnight Update: Rain showers have ended tonight, yet we will still have the chance for a few isolated rain showers overnight. We can expect to have some patchy dense fog for early Friday, with morning low temperatures around 69 degrees. A cold front will move through Kentucky Friday afternoon, which will bring another round of scattered rain showers and thunderstorms. Friday afternoon high temperatures will be around 85 degrees. Most of the rain looks to be done by the start of the high school football games Friday evening.
We will have the chance for scattered thunderstorms and rain showers tonight into Friday as a cold front approaches and moves through the region. Temperatures will remain warm through our extended forecast.
TONIGHT: Scattered rain showers and thunderstorms will continue into the evening hours, with heavy rainfall and lightning the biggest threats. The chance for a few rain showers continues overnight, with low temperatures around 69 degrees.
FRIDAY: Rain showers and thunderstorms will continue for Friday as a cold front will move through Kentucky. Most of the rain looks to be around from the morning hours to late afternoon, with clearing skies by Friday evening. Skies will be partly to mostly cloudy throughout the day, with high temperatures around 85 degrees.
SATURDAY: Right now the weekend is looking dry, with mostly sunny to partly sunny skies, and highs in the mid 80s. High pressure will build into the region on Saturday, and with drier air moving in, we will have a pleasant start to the weekend with mostly sunny skies.
SUNDAY: A warming trend will begin on Sunday, with partly sunny skies and high temperatures around 87 degrees.
NEXT WEEK: Warmer temperatures will continue through next week, as high pressure becomes centered over the U.S. East Coast, and our winds turn out of the south and southwest. Temperatures look to stay in the upper 80s to near 90 degrees through next week, with partly sunny skies. There will be a slight chance for some isolated thunderstorms each afternoon as well.