Midnight Update: Light rain showers have pushed into southern Kentucky and will continue to spread northeast over the next couple of hours. The rain could be heavy at times, with a few rumbles of thunder also possible.
Temperatures are still on the mild side with most areas still in the mid 50s. As of midnight, Lexington is at 54°.
Meteorologist Michael Estime will have the latest on the rain and storms starting at 5 a.m. on Good Morning Kentucky.
Forecast: Rain showers will start to push into Kentucky just before midnight from the south and spread into central Kentucky overnight. A few isolated thunderstorms will also be possible through early Monday morning.
Some of the rain will stick around for the Monday morning commute, but it will stay more mild, with lows near 50°.
Many areas will see a break in the rain late Monday morning and into the early part of the afternoon before a second round of rain arrives. When dry, expect mostly cloudy skies and breezy winds.
Temperatures will top out in the mid 60s Monday afternoon as the second round of rain arrives, which could bring a few stronger thunderstorms with it. The main threat with any stronger storm will be strong winds but some small hail or an isolated tornado can't be completely ruled out. Widespread severe weather is not expected.
We'll likely dry out in plenty of time for the Tuesday morning commute. Temperatures will start the day near 40° and climb into the upper 50s.
A few more rain showers will be possible Tuesday afternoon and overnight into early Wednesday morning.