Update: Our second batch of rainfall has arrive in the Bluegrass during the Monday lunch hour. The line will continue to push east through Kentucky this afternoon. Some areas could pick up another quarter inch of rainfall. At noon, Lexington has climbed to 52° with the warm spot being Irvine at 61°.
A few light showers are possibly early this morning, but more widespread rainfall will arrive this afternoon. Some areas could pick up to another quarter inch of rainfall. Winds will remain strong out of the south through the day and could gust to 25mph, helping afternoon highs climb to the mid 50s.
Rain will begin to move out this evening, but the warmer air will continue to surge in. Skies will be mostly cloudy overnight with morning lows near 50°.
Most areas will stay dry on Tuesday, but not everyone. Skies for the rest of us will be mostly cloudy. Strong southerly winds will continue to bring in more warm air, pushing afternoon highs into the mid 60s.
Our next cold front arrives Wednesday, bringing colder air and thunderstorms.