Cloudy skies remain overhead, despite losing most of the rain activity from the weekend. The low responsible is slow to depart and will not allow clearing for the rest of the day. You may see a few small bits of sunshine through the afternoon, but the clouds will not clear until this evening. Temperatures due to the abundant deck and northerly wind are running cooler than normal, in the low to mid-50s.
A few light and scattered rain showers will be the only chance for precipitation through the rest of the day. Most of these showers are lining up in eastern Kentucky through the day. Otherwise, it’s cloudy and cool for the time being. Things change in the cosmetic department tomorrow. More sun will be available; however, temperatures don’t seem to rise quickly. It’s not until we get a southerly wind on Wednesday, that temperatures start to get close to normal. We continue to warm through the week and should top out in the 80s over the weekend. Rain chances will be more of your typical daytime “heat driven” showers and t-showers each afternoon/evening. So, chances will be low through the coming days, but you could still wind up with a downpour or thundershower from time to time.