Midnight Update: A few rain showers are moving out of Indiana tonight, and will move eastward across Northern Kentucky into the early morning hours. We're not expecting much rainfall, yet don't be surprised if the ground is damp or wet when you wake up Monday morning. We hope you have a wonderful Memorial Day!
We will have a warming trend for the week ahead, with drier conditions as the week continues.
Tonight: There will be a chance for an isolated rain shower, yet most of the rain will stay northwest of the Bluegrass Region. Overnight low temperatures will be around 56 degrees.
Memorial Day Monday: After a cool start to the day with mostly cloudy skies, we should see partly cloudy skies by the afternoon with a high of 81 degrees, as winds turn out of the southwest. There will be a chance for a few isolated rain showers, yet most of us will stay dry.
Monday Night: Temperatures will be a little milder Monday night into Tuesday morning, with overnight low temperatures around 62 degrees, with partly cloudy skies.
Tuesday: Temperatures get warmer for Tuesday with a high of 84 degrees, under partly cloudy skies. There will be another chance for a few isolated rain showers.
Wednesday through Friday: Temperatures will remain in the mid to upper 80s for mid to late week, with partly to mostly sunny skies.
Next Weekend: Temperatures will remain in the low to mid 80s for next Saturday and Sunday, with increasing rain chances as a cold front approaches the region. At this time, the best chance for rain looks to be next Sunday, as the cold front is forecasted to move through the region.