Mostly clear skies, calm winds, and cool temperatures in the low 50s will allow for some fog to develop.
It should be patchy for central Kentucky but more dense in eastern Kentucky where visibilities could be reduced to > 1/4 mile.
Fog will quickly burn off Sunday morning soon after sunrise.
Sunday afternoon will feature partly cloudy skies, low humidity, and highs in the 70s.
Clouds begin to thicken late Sunday as our next rain maker arrives from the southwest.
Areas around Lake Cumberland will start to see a few showers by Monday morning that will overspread the region throughout the day Monday.
Rainfall totals will generally be around 1-2" areawide.
This rain will be slow to leave and we'll still have lingering showers and cloudy skies most of Tuesday.
The mid week looks dry with an approaching cold front holding off until Friday.
This front will bring another shot of some showers, and much chillier air by next weekend.