Hoorah! We should see some sunshine today, but it’s still going to be somewhat cloudy. Temperatures should climb into the middle 40s in the region, and we’ll remain dry. Clouds will increase late this afternoon into the evening and a few spotty areas of drizzle can’t be ruled out. Light showers are likely well to the south of the Western Kentucky & Bluegrass Parkways overnight.
Temperatures overnight back off into the middle 30s with clouds acting as a blanket to keep us from getting too much colder. Monday is going to be another very dull and gray day with temperatures struggling to reach the lower 40s. Expect more of the same for Tuesday.
We could again see some light showers Wednesday, but the set up isn’t very favorable for precipitation in Kentuckiana. A slim chance for patchy freezing drizzle exists for Wednesday morning, but impact to roadways is unlikely.
After Wednesday our next rain opportunity is Friday and Saturday (again), but those chances are small and there’s still quite a bit uncertainty with it.
TODAY: Partly sunny and a bit warmer. High: 46. Wind: SW 5-10 mph.
TONIGHT: Mostly cloudy with maybe some patchy drizzle. Low: 33. Wind: Light & Variable.
MONDAY: Mostly cloudy. High: 43. Wind: NW 5-10 mph.
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