Today has been another great day! It was breezy and warm with sunny breaks. It's about to turn stormy as a slow-moving front sags through the Commonwealth. Scattered strong and severe storms are possible late this afternoon and into this evening. Southern Kentucky is the area with the greatest risk. Storms will be capable of producing damaging winds, large hail, and heavy rain that may lead to flash flooding. Storms will fizzle and weaken after sunset. Later tonight skies will clear and areas of fog will develop. Temperatures will dip into the mid to upper 40s.
After a mostly dry and seasonal day on Monday, things turn unsettled again next week. Showers will creep back in late Monday night. Rain with some thundershowers will linger through Wednesday. More showers arrive on Friday. Temperatures will also cool down. Highs later in the week and next weekend will only be in the 50s.