Tonight – Cloudy – High 77
We may still see a few showers forming along a frontal boundary in Kentucky. That boundary is coming our way. It’s currently located in IN & IL, where the cloud cover diminishes:
The HRRR does not think much of our rain chances along the boundary tonight:
However, the Hi-Res NAM model gives us a quick burst of rain with the passing of our front, just after midnight tonight (Sunday 1 AM):
Sunday – Cooler & Sunny – High 85
7am 71 . 10am 79 . 1pm 83 . 4pm 85 . 7pm 81 . 10pm 72
The front will pass in the early wee hours of the morning. Dew points will fall from the 70s of Saturday to the upper 50s by days end. More unusually nice weather!
Monday – Scattered Thunderstorms Possible – High 87
7am 65 . 10am 77 . 1pm 84 . 4pm 86 . 7pm 83 . 10pm 74
It’s going to feel pretty nice for early August. Dew points will be low, but increasing. The front that will give us the pleasant weather Sunday will ease back north Monday, putting us at risk of a few isolated showers/thunderstorms. Do not alter your plans for any outdoor activities, but keep the rain chances in mind.
Rest of the week– Highs in the upper 80s low 90s
Muggy, with scattered afternoon showers and thunderstorms.
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