We’re almost finished with the current activity in the weather pattern. Skies remain cloudy and the MaxTrack is showing a few scattered light to moderate rain showers across mainly Southern Kentucky. That is where the showers will exit through the evening with a few rumbles of thunder possible. Otherwise, it’s been a chilly day with wet conditions.
As the rain continues to wrap up, skies remain cloudy until after the sun drops. A few scattered thundershowers will be rolling for southeastern counties around that time and will be the last of the rain for this system. A few scattered showers started up through the evening of Sunday, however, the bulk of rain didn’t arrive until around 3 am for the Bluegrass and through the morning commute for everyone east of I-75. Some rumbles of thunder came in with the stronger showers. As heating increases this afternoon, the remaining showers could become thunderstorms as the exit the state through the southeastern counties. Afterward, a stout northeasterly wind will continue to cool us through the night and tomorrow only allowing us to reach the low 50s for Tuesday afternoon. On the other hand, we get plenty of sunshine for the middle of the week, and as temperatures warm back up, we’re looking at plenty of nice weather this week.