Sunday will be mostly cloudy with high temperatures in the mid 60s. Isolated showers are possible, mainly in the morning and again in the evening, but more widespread rain will move in during the overnight hours. Sunday will also be a bit breezy at times.
Tonight will be clear with lows in the mid 40s. Wednesday will be sunny and a bit breezy at times with highs in the upper 70s to low 80s. A cold front will bring us cooler weather a slight chance of rain Thursday.
A cold front is bringing breezy showers through the Tri-State this afternoon, but that font is moving fairly quickly, and we will probably be dry by around 6 or 7 pm. The winds will die down and our temperatures will fall into the mid 40s overnight. Tuesday will be sunny with highs in the lower 70s.
The remnants of Hurricane Delta did not make it as far north as we originally expected, so our rain chances have largely diminished. A few spotty showers are still possible tonight and tomorrow, mainly in western Kentucky, but it now looks like most of us will stay dry.
Today will be mostly sunny and unseasonably warm with highs in the mid 80s. A few isolated showers are possible this evening and into the overnight hours as Hurricane Delta moves inland. Rain chances increase this weekend.
A cold front will push rain from west to east across the Tri-State this morning. Most of that rain will move out of our region by around 2 or 3 PM, but a stray shower will remain possible into the evening. High temperatures will be in the mid 60s.
The chance for a few light, isolated showers continues through the rest of the morning before tapering off completely this afternoon and evening, but I think many of us will stay dry all day long. Much like yesterday, today will be cool and mostly cloudy with high temperatures in the lower 70s.
Saturday will be full of sunshine but still unseasonably cool. Saturday will not be quite as breezy as Friday, but our temperatures will, once again, only make it into the low 70s. Some locations, especially north of I-64, may not even make it out of the 60s!
The flooding threat is over, but we will see one more broken line of showers move through with a cold front overnight. That rain will be out of here by Friday morning, then we have plenty of sunshine on tap for Labor Day weekend.