LOUISVILLE, Ky. — We have had a great first weekend of the fall season. We will keep this up into our Monday! The only real change for tomorrow will be the small chance of a few sprinkles to our north early in the morning. Otherwise we will wake up to some cloud cover that will gradually clear into the afternoon and allow our temperatures to warm into the 80s once again.
Tuesday will be our warmest day in the middle 80s with partly sunny skies.
It looks like we will finally break our extended dry streak as we head into the middle of the week. Many of us will wake up to showers and storms Wednesday. The rain will likely be scattered throughout the day and heaviest in the overnight through Thursday morning. We begin drying out Friday and through the weekend. Temperatures won’t move much, plan on hovering around 80 each afternoon.
TONIGHT: Becoming cloudy. Few sprinkles north. Low: 62°
TOMORROW: Becoming sunny in the afternoon. Warm. High: 83°
TUESDAY: Partly sunny and warm. High: 85°
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