We've had a very pleasant weekend with times of sun and clouds with comfortable temperatures. High pressure is now to our east and bringing southerly winds. Those south winds are bringing Gulf moisture to an area of low pressure that helped to bring some isolated light showers to southern KY Sunday afternoon. As the surface trough moves closer to the region on Monday, expect clouds to increase from south to north with breezy winds.
Rain will move in through the day with highs in the upper 70s. Rain becomes likely with a pretty good coverage by Monday night. The southern parts of the viewing area will have the heaviest downpours as it continues into early Tuesday. A cold front sweeping in from the northwest will add some extra energy to the storms. A squall line will pass with cooler temperatures to follow late Tuesday. One to three inches of rain will be possible from Monday to Tuesday with the heaviest rain across southern and eastern KY. Lows will drop into the lower 40s. Wednesday expect well below average temperatures with sunny skies. It stays dry until the weekend.
Have a great week!
Meteorologist Kari Hall
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