As we roll into the final hours of our weekend things continue to remain on the hot side as high temperatures have made it up into the upper 80s if not even 90 degrees for many here in the Bluegrass. Low temperatures tonight will dip down into the mid-60s as we see a mainly clear sky. Tomorrow begins with the chance for a couple of rain showers, but a good chunk of the day should be dry as chances are around 30% with much of the action staying west of I-75. Better chances for needed rain lie ahead for mid week.
A frontal boundary begins to move over us by Tuesday increasing the rain and storm chances and after that it looks like it will be hovering which will then cause the weather pattern to remain unsettled not only through midweek but in too late week as well. Rain totals by Friday should be over one inch for most of Kentucky with the possibility of some spots reaching two inches. The heat will continue for most with high temperatures in the mid to the upper 80s all week long plus the humidity begins to build by Tuesday which will really send us into more of a summer pattern.