After a rainy, stormy Friday afternoon, things have calmed down nicely. An isolated shower can’t be ruled out during the late-night hours. We’ll also see fog develop in some areas, especially in the rain-soak terrain. Temperatures will settle into the low 70s.
A low-pressure system connected with the stationary front is moving across South Central Kentucky and once the low pressure and front clear the area later on Saturday, we’ll see a chance of afternoon thunderstorms but not as widespread as we’ve been seeing recently…until another cold front approaches the area Sunday, bringing more showers and thunderstorms. The good news is the likelihood of seeing severe weather is minimal through the weekend.
Next week looks drier, with isolated storm chances and highs in the low to mid-80s along with morning lows dropping into the low 60s for the start of next week. The airmass will modify a bit by the middle of next week and morning lows will only drop into the mid-60s.
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