A widespread area of rain with embedded thunderstorms will move through during the overnight. No severe weather is expected, although wind gusts to 35 mph, with pea size hail will be possible. Temperatures will remain in the low 60s.
Off and on storms will persist on Thursday as temperatures stay mild in the mid 70s. The better potential for possibly strong storms will be in southern Kentucky.
Until a boundry, to our north moves across the region, the continued wet weather pattern will persist. At this point it looks like the boundry will move south on Thursday night and into Friday. Behind it, some lingering showers will remain possible on Friday, before high pressure and drier weather return for the weekend. The only chance for weekend showers, will be a few stray showers, more likely in eastern Kentucky on Saturday.