Overview: Colder start to the day with temperatures only making it to the low 40s later this afternoon. A FLOOD WATCH is in effect from Tuesday evening into Thursday morning across Kentucky, with multiple rounds of rain showers forecasted for the week ahead. Tonight will feature clearing skies and frigid temperatures, with overnight low temperatures around 22 degrees. Tuesday morning may start off with a little sunshine, yet we will have increasing clouds throughout the day, with the chance for a rain-snow mix developing Tuesday evening and Tuesday night. The best chance for seeing any snow will be across Northern Kentucky, with less than one inch of snow expected. Any rain-snow mix is expected to transition to all rain overnight Tuesday into Wednesday. Wednesday will feature heavy rain at times, with high temperatures around 50 degrees. Rain tapers off for early Thursday, with another chance for rain developing late Friday into the weekend.
TODAY: A rain-snow mix is possible late in the day, with a chilly high temperature of 41 degrees.
TONIGHT: A rain-snow mix is expected to transition to all rain, with overnight low of 35 degrees.
WEDNESDAY: More rain, which will be heavy at times, develops for Wednesday, with a high temperature of 51 degrees.
WEDNESDAY NIGHT: A few rain showers linger, with a low temperature of 39 degrees.
THURSDAY: A few morning rain showers are possible, with mostly cloudy skies, and a chilly high of 50 degrees.
THURSDAY NIGHT: A few rain showers will be possible, with a low temperature of 36 degrees.
FRIDAY: Scattered rain will be possible, with a high temperature of 52 degrees.
FRIDAY NIGHT: Cloudy skies and chilly temperatures develop, with a low of 44 degrees.
THIS WEEKEND: Multiple rounds of rain showers develop through the weekend, with high temperatures in the 60s.