Rain showers continue this morning as widespread and mostly light. Some moderate showers are still showing up on the MaxTrack. Temperatures have cooled into the low 50s and upper 40s for most, and that’s about where we’ll stay today. Wind will also be a factor with sustained winds reaching 20 mph and gusts as high as 35 possible.
The thunderstorms have left, but the rain continues this morning as a weak trough slides through. The “wrap-around” moisture from the low-pressure system will continue to keep showers in play through most of the day. Showers will be light to moderate and widespread with the best chances in the morning for the northern and Bluegrass counties, and later this evening for the south and southeastern counties. Regardless of where you live, you have a pretty good chance for rain today. Rain will exit later tonight, and clouds will decrease rapidly. Due to this, we should see some radiational cooling and the temperatures will fall to the upper 30s tomorrow morning. Some frost is possible, but not expected to be widespread. We will rebound for midweek as another storm system approaches bringing warmer air with rain and thunderstorms.