Clouds will increase through the overnight hours with light rain showers likely through Wednesday morning. Showers will gradually diminish through the afternoon and evening hours as a cold front moves across the state. Rain totals under a tenth of an inch will be likely for the northern half of the state with up to a quarter of an inch possible across south central and southeastern Kentucky. It will be a breezy and mild day with afternoon highs in the lower to middle 60s.
It will be dry and much cooler as we head into Thursday with afternoon highs near 40 degrees. Another storm system will approach the area on Friday bringing the potential for a light wintry mix. Any wintry precipitation will eventually changeover to rain as temperatures gradually warm on Friday into Friday night. The heaviest rain will come on Saturday along with gusty winds. It will be a relatively mild day with highs in the 50s.
A strong cold front will clear the moisture out Saturday night with much cooler air moving in for the second half of the weekend. Expect highs in the lower to middle 30s on Sunday with similar afternoon temperatures early next week.