Sunday will be a lot like yesterday…hot & muggy. Great for outdoor weather, sure, but heat safety is important. We start on a warm note with temperatures in the low 70s and a dew point running just a few degrees behind. Plenty of sunshine across the region thanks to the high pressure, so nothing to report as far as precipitation goes.
We still have enough pressure to keep things mostly quiet this afternoon. Like yesterday, a few pop-ups may get going from the heat of the day, but don’t expect much. A cold front looks to take a run at us later this evening which may bring a few scattered showers over the Ohio River, but most will fade out as they make the transition into Kentucky. I’d expect few make it as far south as I-64. Regardless, with the lower pressure from the front, we will see a slight uptick in rain chances for Monday. Better chances will come in Tuesday through Friday. Expect isolated to scattered thunderstorms, mostly in the afternoons. Temperatures will cool slowly and not much through the week, before warming slowly into next weekend.