Easter Sunday ends with the potential for some severe weather. Rain and storms will be off and on this evening. The next wave arrives over the next few hours. Then our window for strong and severe storms will open up around 9 PM or 10 PM, and remain open through early Monday morning. Southern Kentucky is at greatest risk. Damaging winds are the top threat, followed by heavy rain and large hail. The tornado threat is low, but not zero especially across southern counties.
Showers will end by lunchtime on Monday. In the wake of this potent system it will stay windy with 40 to 50 mph gusts. Temperatures will be on the way down. After holding steady near 60° overnight, Easter Monday will end with temperatures in the upper 50s.