Thankfully, we will see a break from the steady, heavy rainfall today, but the clouds will linger along with chilly temperatures. High backs along the Plateau up through portions of Kentucky may not get out of the 30s today, while the rest of the region will only reach the low-mid 40s.
Another round of rain will move in overnight into Sunday and some of it could be locally heavy. There is also a slight chance, as the rain initially moves in tonight, that it could start as some light freezing rain/drizzle across the Northern edge of the Plateau and S.E. Kentucky before quickly changing over to all rain. I don't think this will be a major issue, but just be aware of the possibility tonight.
Rain will be likely and possibly locally heavy again Sunday into Monday with several inches of additional accumulation possible. This "could" lead to some flooding in some locations, we we will follow this carefully. We dry out by mid-week, but it will remain chilly with highs remaining below average most of the week.