High pressure will build into the region tonight keeping it dry and cool. Temperatures will drop off to around 60 degrees under mostly clear skies. Some patchy fog will be possible, but less coverage of fog is expected, in comparison to Wednesday morning. The winds will be light and variable.
Mostly sunny skies and warm temperatures will return on Thursday as afternoon high temperatures climb into the upper 80s. The winds will be out of the south at 5 to 10 mph. High thin clouds will likely spread in from the west, were a few storms will be possible in the Midwest along an approaching cold front.
The cold front will arrive in Kentucky on Friday. Some showers and storms will be possible, probably during the midday and early afternoon for the I-75 corridor, and then through the afternoon for eastern Kentucky. The better potential for storms will be eastern Kentucky. At this time no severe weather is anticipated.