While still a touch cooler than normal, temperatures recovered quite well this afternoon reaching the mid to high 50s (normal this time of year is the low 60s).
Clouds have begun to fill the skies over the Bluegrass ahead of a storm lurking to the north. The bulk of this should stay well north of us but a cold front behind the low is primed to push in rain showers tonight and into tomorrow.
While it still may be wet for commuters, most of the rain should have pushed into West Virginia by that time.
Kentucky will continue to warm up into the work week with high temperatures pushing the 60s for Monday and Tuesday. By the end of the week the low 70s are possible! Remember, with low 70s this time of year that means instability, and thus, a chance for thunderstorms.
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