A few light *mostly* rain showers are exiting through the eastern counties this morning making things a little slippery on area roadways. The bluegrass is still soggy from the rain through the day yesterday. Temperatures at the surface are hovering a few degrees above freezing, under plenty of cloud coverage.
After the rain leaves, clouds hang for a bit. Bits of sun will present after we get some daylight and warmer temperatures. Fog is possible this morning, due to the moisture in the air. Eventually, the sun will come out and we will end the daylight hours with partly cloudy skies. Clearing overnight will allow temperatures to fall from the chilly middle 40s down to near freezing again tomorrow. With more sunshine, and an eventual southerly wind, temperatures will rebound tomorrow afternoon into the mid-50s. We continue to warm into Tuesday ahead of the next storm system. Most locations should top out near 60 degrees before the active weather begins again. Rain moves in late Tuesday and works through on Wednesday. As of now, Thanksgiving is still looking mostly dry, cloudy, and chilly.