There's more rain heading our way! But much like what we experienced on Monday showers will be scattered and the system bringing the rain will be fading as it approaches the Commonwealth.
A weak front is currently moving through Indiana; it will arrive in central Kentucky by Thursday morning. Clouds are increasing ahead of the front. Spotty showers in the Bluegrass will arrive after midnight. Scattered rain showers plus isolated rumbles of thunder will spread across the area through the morning hours. Activity will continue into the early afternoon as the front pushes southward. Lingering shower wrap up area-wide by dinnertime. Skies will quickly clear once the front passes.
Rainfall amounts will be minimal, just like we saw earlier this week. The front could squeeze out a quarter of an inch in spots. For most locations it may only be a few drops in the bucket. Areas south of I-64 to the Tennessee state line will have better chances for rain, and therefore the "higher" rainfall totals.
Tomorrow's spotty showers will be our final chance to add to this month's rainfall amounts. A dry set-up will control the weather story as we head into the weekend and beyond. We are still on pace for the driest September on record. The 0.24" from 1959 is the amount to beat.