A frontal boundary will swing in here for Friday. This brings a more organized round of showers and thunderstorms for the entire area. So it won't just be a few of us seeing those rain chances. Thunderstorms will be more widespread on Friday. The end result will totally be worth the rain.
The front will help bring some dry air into the area for at least one day. That's going to be Saturday. It looks awesome! Some of the model data is even suggesting that we see upper 40s early on Saturday morning. The record low for June 14th is 47 and that was set back in 1933. That's a pretty old record! It certainly seems like this front will have enough cool air to at least flirt with those 40s. Making a solid run at that record... that might be a bit much.
Next week will feature all of those things we have learned to love or hate about Summer in Kentucky... heat, humidity, and a daily storm threat.