Temperatures will climb to 75 degrees as plenty of sunshine mixes with only a few small, fair-weather clouds. High pressure will continue to cross the region tonight, and some patchy fog may return to a few valleys as lows dip to 53 degrees. Friday will be even warmer with highs near 77, but scattered thunderstorms will arrive on Friday evening and Friday night as a cold front arrives. On the heels of the front, a large trough of low pressure will become established across the Ohio Valley and interior East, so leftover showers will linger on Saturday. Isolated showers will dampen some parts of central and eastern Kentucky on Sunday, Monday and Tuesday as weak disturbances cross Kentucky. Temperatures will be well below average early in the week. Readings will recover into the lower 70s on Wednesday of next week, with only an isolated thunderstorm or two possible, late in the day, as the pattern shifts and a new disturbance approaches.