Midnight Update: A batch of light to moderate rain showers has pushed north into southern Kentucky and continues to move closer to central Kentucky. The rain is starting to weaken, and I don't think too much of the rain will make it north of the Kentucky River.
Temperatures in most cities are in the mid 60s but Lexington is still slightly warmer at 70°.
Clouds that were in eastern and southern Kentucky most of the day are starting to push more into central Kentucky.
The spotty showers have moved further west out of central Kentucky and we will remain dry the rest of our Saturday night. Overnight, temperatures will drop into the low 60s for Sunday morning, which is just slightly warmer than Saturday morning.
Sunday will start dry with a mix of sun and clouds, but a number of scattered showers and storms are expected to begin in the afternoon and continue into the evening. The day won't be a washout, but eastern Kentucky could see more heavy rainfall than other areas. Temperatures will climb to about 80°.
A few leftover spotty showers and storms will be possible Monday afternoon, but many areas will stay dry. Temperatures will reach the low 80s.
Our slim chances of rain will continue later into the work week as humidity climbs higher along with our temperatures.