Clouds will continue to clear from the North to the South through the evening and overnight hours.
Patchy fog is likely Monday morning with the clearing skies and light winds.
A weak disturbance will bring a few clouds to the area Monday afternoon and the chance for some isolated sprinkles to develop in the evening.
High pressure will keep the entire area dry and bright on Tuesday.
Another weak disturbance will clip Kentucky on Wednesday bringing few snow showers and flurries initially, then some rain showers that afternoon.
Ground temperatures will be too warm and moisture will be fairly limited, so no real accumulations are expected.
The rest of the work week looks fairly dry with only a slim chance for some sprinkles Friday afternoon.
The weekend looks dry and much cooler.