Widespread, heavy flooding rainfall will remain south of our are the next few days. Up to 8" of rain may fall in Kentucky, however. Here, only an isolated shower or sprinkle is possible in the south this afternoon-evening.
There will be a lot of clouds around today, but clearing should begin to take place from northwest to southeast this afternoon. This will be followed by lots of sun Sunday.
Highs today of 66-71 look good, followed by 40s tonight, then 70s tomorrow.
Note rainfall on the move back northward Monday. Some of it may get in here by afternoon.
Periods of rainfall are likely Monday PM to Wednesday AM. Soaking, widespread 1-2" rains are likely. It will turn cooler Wednesday-Thursday.
Secondary cold front Thursday night (with a few showers) will bring even cooler weather Friday.
Lows Friday night may drop into the 30s & 40s.
Overall wetter, cooler pattern shaping up for late, late September to first days of October. Farmers take note! Wetter weather means more in the way of harvest delays than what we have had the past two weeks. Data & these two graphics courtesy of Dr. Ryan Maue.
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