It's another taste of September temperatures across central and eastern Kentucky.
The next few days may go down as one of the cooler endings to July on record around here. The setup will feature a deep trough digging in across the eastern part of the country through Wednesday.
This will unleash a big-time shot of fall air that could drop overnight lows into the upper 40s to low 50s on any night that has clear skies. Record lows are possible.
Highs through Wednesday will be in the 70s with a small chance for afternoon showers.
Rain chances will increase as we get closer to the weekend.