The rain showers persist across the region, as temperatures remain very mild. Another round of rain will be possible early on Tuesday, then along a cold front, storms will become more likely on Tuesday evening. Some storms may be strong to severe. Behind the cold front temperatures will drop back to seasonable highs, in the mid 50s. A dry end to the week is expected with plenty of sunshine, including on Thanksgiving day.
Tonight: Temperatures will remain very mild through the overnight as cloud cover and scattered showers continue. Patchy dense fog will also be possible. More widespread rain will become likely by morning. Winds: S 3-8 mph. Low: 55.
Tuesday: Temperatures will climb to near 70 degrees in most areas under cloudy skies, as winds from the south increase. Morning rain will continue across the region, then a strong cold front will arrive late in the day, producing widespread showers and thunderstorms. Some of the storms could potentially become severe in the evening. Winds: SW 10-20 mph. High: 69.
Tuesday Night: Any leftover thunderstorms will weaken, and a few lighter rain showers will linger. It will become cooler. Winds: W 5-12 mph. Low: 48.
Wednesday: The final few showers will end early in the day in eastern Kentucky. With exiting rain, the skies will become partly cloudy by the afternoon. Temperatures will return to the seasonably cool middle 50s for highs. Winds: NW 5-12 mph. High: 54.
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