We'll continue to track some showers and storms across parts of our region this evening. Some of those could still produce some rounds of heavy rain.
Once we get this latest rounds of showers and storms, we'll go into a more scattered pattern for about a day. Monday will have some activity in the area, but it will not be widespread. Most of us will see temperatures run right around 80 to 85 degrees throughout the area.
By late Tuesday night another push of showers and storms will begin to work into Kentucky. A frontal boundary will begin a slow journey into the commonwealth. The exact location of this front will mean a lot! This will mean the difference between widespread storm action and more of a scattered threat. At this point I think a good target will be right along and north of I-64 from Wednesday through Saturday. With scattered chances being a little more likely south of I-64.
In between showers and storms expect it to be very humid. Temperature will have a better chance of reaching the mid and upper 80s at that point too. It will make for some pretty nasty feeling days outside.
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