A frontal boundary slipped through Central Kentucky on Friday. It will do little to impact the temperatures outside, but it will bring some dry air into Kentucky.
Clearing will last through Saturday and into the afternoon and evening hours on Sunday. It'll be much easier to take a little walk outside or anything else you want to do on Saturday. Humidity levels will be much lower and rain chances will be out of the picture for most of us.
The muggy factor will be joined by showers and storms again on Sunday. Unfortunately, after the muggy airmass arrives, it sticks around for several days. That means the comfort factor makes a shift toward uncomfortable. It also means that we'll have more scattered showers and storms through next week.
If you have the chance, get out and enjoy your Saturday!