Good Sunday to you! Showers and storms that moved in overnight will continue to push out of southeastern Kentucky this morning, but another round could be on the way this afternoon.
The low pressure system situated over the western half of the state right now will move deeper into the Commonwealth this afternoon, dragging a cold front along for the ride. While temperatures will not take a noticeable drop with this one, more showers will likely develop around lunch time. Looks like mostly rain this time, instead of thunder.
By this evening, things will start to dry out, may even see a few breaks in the clouds here and there, with the isolated shower still hanging around for the southern half of the state. This evening, the threat for a stray shower heads north, but shouldn’t last long.
We’re starting the week off on a pretty great note Monday and Tuesday, with highs in the mid 70s, maybe even reaching 80 for some of us. Then another system is poised to pass through the state Thursday into Friday, bringing a dose of much cooler air and more storms. We will go from upper 70s most of the week, to mid 50s by next weekend.
Average high: 70
Average low: 49
Record high: 86 
Record low: 28