The good news is that rain from earlier here in the Commonwealth has helped to diminish our severe weather potential. We are still under a marginal risk, but no longer in the slight risk although that still exists in southwestern KY. Through the evening as the cold front sweeps through, keep an eye on the sky as some of the thunderstorms could still be strong this evening. Main threats are still strong or damaging wind with some very heavy rain (possible localized flooding). As we see the front move through and eventually shift east, it will leave lighter rain showers through the overnight and into early Saturday then gradual clearing leads to a much nicer, but breezy and chilly afternoon.
We have gone from the upper 70s/low 80s and are expecting the low 60s for highs on Saturday so fall is coming! The cold keeps spreading into the night as lows for Sunday morning could reach the upper 30s in spots! Normal highs/lows are now 69°/47° so we will be well below those numbers through the weekend. Sunday does look better, at least we'll stay dry the whole day. We will rebound to the low 70s with plenty of sunshine and dry weather for at least the start of next work week. Another chance for showers returns later in the week, but cooler weather will keep severe potential much lower.