Noon Update: We are currently between the two waves of rainfall expected to impact Kentucky today. The first round is now pushing out of eastern Kentucky with the second round building up just to our west. These scattered showers could develop into a few strong to severe storms later in the afternoon with the main threats being hail and strong winds.
A line of showers is pushing through Kentucky this morning. The rain will be heavy at times.
We will temporarily dry out around midday, but the dry conditions won't last long. Scattered showers and storms are expected to arrive this afternoon. Some of the storms could be strong, possibly producing some small hail and gusty winds. When dry, expect mostly cloudy skies. Temperatures will top out in the mid and upper 70s.
We will finally dry out overnight into our Tuesday morning. Temperatures will start the day in the low 60s with morning fog.
Tuesday afternoon will be mostly sunny and warmer, with highs in the mid 80s.
Lexington could hit 90° for the first time this year on Wednesday.