We'll end the month of November on a wet and cloudy note with more rain on the way for the next few days.
Showers will continue overnight and into the morning commute. The heaviest rain will fall over southern Kentucky with only scattered showers for central Kentucky. Most northern spots will be hard pressed to see much at all.
Daytime highs will once again remain capped by the thick layer of clouds over the Commonwealth. Despite the overcast skies, most spots will return to normal in the low 50s and upper 40s.
We'll be watching for local high water issues as rain continues; especially in southern and western Kentucky.
As this frontal system passes into Wednesday, temperatures crash by nearly 10° as conditions dry out too.
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