Midnight Update: Most of the rain has come to an end for the night, but portions of southern Kentucky from Campbellsville to Somerset are still seeing some light to moderate rain. Most of the areas that are dry will continue to stay dry overnight as fog begins to develop.
Temperatures are in the low to mid 70s, with Lexington at 73° as of midnight.
Chief Meteorologist Jason Myers will be in with your latest workweek forecast on ABC 36 News at 6:30 and 11 on Sunday.
Forecast: Most of our scattered showers and storms from earlier in the day Saturday have come to an end, but a few light rain showers will be possible overnight. The main issue tonight will be patchy fog which will continue into Sunday morning for some areas. We'll start the day in the upper 60s.
Sunday afternoon will be mostly cloudy with more hit and miss showers and storms. Highs will be close to 80 degrees, but areas that stay dry with a little more sunshine could go higher.
More scattered showers and storms are expected Monday afternoon with highs in the low 80s.
On Tuesday, we will stay near 80 degrees with a few more hit and miss showers and storms. More cities will stay dry Tuesday compared to Sunday and Monday.
We will finally be dry out completely on Wednesday with more sunshine and lower humidity in the second half of the week.