A rainy day is expected today.

  • This morning: Mainly a dry start to our day with a few clouds present. Low: 63°.
  • Today: Variably cloudy and warm with scattered showers/storms around (60%), especially in the afternoon/evening. High: 83°.
  • Tonight: Showers/storms linger into the early portions of the night tonight (30%). Low: 61°.
  • Thursday: A few more spotty showers/storms possible (30%), mainly in the afternoon/evening. High: 82°.

We will start off the morning with more clouds than clear skies, but it will be near average in the low 60s.

The rest of today, especially this afternoon/evening, will be our best opportunity for scattered showers and storms, but not everyone will see rain. We will keep an eye on the region along the Northern Plateau into S.E. Kentucky as there is a low-end threat for a few strong to severe storms here. The main impact would be the threat of damaging winds, but widespread severe weather is not expected. Before the rain chances develop, it will be warm again with most areas reaching the lower 80s.

There will still be a slight chance for a few more spotty showers/rumbles on Thursday, but the coverage won’t be as high as what we expect on Wednesday. The timing will be a few in the morning and a few in the afternoon/evening. Temperatures will remain on the mild side with afternoon readings in the upper 70s to lower 80s for most areas.

Friday and this weekend look dry, quiet, and mild. Morning lows will mainly be near 60° both mornings with afternoon highs climbing back to above-average readings in the lower 80s both days with plenty of sunshine. There won’t be much change in the weather pattern early next week either with morning lows in the upper 50s and afternoon highs in the lower 80s with still plenty of sunshine around each day.

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