LOUISVILLE, Ky. — Weather Story
- Showers are wrapping up
Rain is slowly but surely tapering off and will be limited to a few sprinkles through the rest of our Sunday. Clouds will begin breaking up after sunset this evening and low temperatures will drop to the upper 50s.
- Dry and warmer Memorial Day
As you observe the Memorial Day holiday, plan on some heat and peeks of sunshine! Highs return to seasonable values as temperatures reach for the lower 80s with dry time.
- Shower and storm chances to close out May
There will be several storm chances and a lot of warmth as we close out May and begin the month of June. Daily temperatures will reach for the middle and upper 80s with storms possible Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday. None of these days look like washouts but we will have to keep an eye to the sky each evening right around peak heating. We have a pretty good shot at seeing our first 90 degree day on Friday and again on Saturday.
TONIGHT: Drying out. Low: 57°
TOMORROW: Mix of clouds and sunshine and warmer. High: 82°
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