Another Round of Rain, Before Drier Conditions Return

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Updated: 5/09/2013 11:50 pm
Midnight Update:  Rain showers have diminished for tonight, with overnight low temperatures around 60 degrees.  We will have more scattered rain showers and thunderstorms developing for late Friday, with some strong thunderstorms possible.  Gusty winds, frequent lightning, heavy rainfall and hail will be possible with any thunderstorms that develop late Friday.  The best chance for seeing thunderstorms looks to be west of I-75, yet widespread rain showers will move across the region Friday night into early Saturday as a cold front moves through.
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We will have the chance for a few rain showers and thunderstorms tonight, with another round of more widespread rain chances for late Friday into early Saturday. Drier conditions return for the end of the weekend and into nex...t week, with cooler temperatures returning for early next week.

Tonight: Isolated showers and thunderstorms are developing this afternoon, and will continue through the evening hours. The bulk of the rain looks to stay toward Louisville. Skies will generally be mostly cloudy tonight with partly cloudy skies by early Friday, with some patch fog developing. Friday morning low temperatures will be around 60 degrees, making for a pleasant start to the day.

Friday: A cold front will approach the region from the Midwest during the day, with scattered rain showers and thunderstorms becoming more numerous by the afternoon and evening hours. Friday afternoon high temperatures will be pleasant, with highs around 72 degrees. Skies will start off partly cloudy early in the day, yet become mostly cloudy by late in the day.

Friday Night: We will continue to have the chance for a few scattered rain showers and thunderstorms Friday night, as the approaching cold front gets closer to the Bluegrass Region. Overnight low temperatures will be around 55 degrees.

Saturday: We will start off the day with some scattered rain showers and thunderstorms, with diminishing rain and clouds by late in the day. Saturday afternoon high temperatures will be around 68 degrees.

Mother's Day Sunday: Cooler temperatures return for Mother's Day Sunday, with highs around 62 degrees and mostly sunny skies.

Next Week: We will start off the work week chilly, with Monday morning temperatures in the upper 30s, with Monday afternoon high temperatures in the lower 60s, with mostly sunny skies. Sunny and pleasant conditions continue for Tuesday, with a high of 72 degrees. Mostly sunny skies continue for midweek, with a return to the upper 70s for Wednesday through Friday.


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