A weak cold front will wash across the region tonight. Along it a few extra clouds are expected and only the stray chance for a storm or shower. Most locations will remain dry. Temperatures will drop into the mid 60s with some light fog possible.
Most of Friday will be dry and slightly less humid. Only a stray shower or storm will be possible throughout the day. We'll climb into the upper 80s to near 90 with a light southwest wind. By Friday evening strong storms to our northwest will be approaching the Bluegrass. After 10 P.M. there is the potential for the leading edge, of possibly severe storms, to be arriving in the Bluegrass. The main threat for any severe storms will be damaging winds. Storms will slide southeast into the overnight, but should weaken as they do so. Everyone should get wet from late Friday evening, into Saturday morning. Rainfall totals will likely be highest in the Bluegrass, around 0.50"-1". In southeastern Kentucky totals will likely range from 0.25"-0.50".
After morning rain exits southeastern Kentucky, early Saturday, the clouds will begin to clear for the afternoon. And behind the cold front, light north winds will keep temperatures in the low to mid 70s! Fall-like temperatures, with cool mornings and comfortable afternoons will linger into next week.