A cold front crossed our state, but showers linger behind it due to an upper level disturbance. So, along with yesterday’s healthy rainfall amounts, an additional .10″ – .25″ is possible along & west of I-65…. and up to 1″ possible east of I-65. All of this rain over the past day or so is VERY helpful in terms of helping the drought across our state.
Showers taper off later this afternoon, and skies will gradually clear overnight. Expect a very cool night as lows drop into the upper 40s and low 50s, and there could be some patchy dense fog to start the day on Tuesday. If not, expect LOTS of sunshine courtesy of High Pressure having a firm grip on our weather. Highs for Tuesday will be seasonable in the low-mid 70s.
Wednesday remains comy/cool with upper 70s, but a southerly wind will bring 80s to our area Thursday and Friday. A cold front crosses KY on Friday, and it will bring the next best chance for rain after today. In the wake of Friday’s front, expect a COOL weekend (temperature-wise) with 50s & 60s for afternoon highs … and no rain. Stay tuned.