We're easing back into the work week with cool temps and plenty of sunshine expected this afternoon. High pressure will remain in control over the Ohio Valley for one more day before changes arrive late Tuesday. 

    We'll see a cold front move through late Tuesday into early Wednesday. Showers and maybe a few rumbles of thunder are possible, but rainfall totals aren't very impressive - around 0.1-0.3" pf rain expected for most across Kentuckiana. The cold front does allow some very chilly, breezy conditions to stick with us through Wednesday though. Highs in the 50s with a 10-15mph breeze will definitely mean jackets for most of the day. 

    We gradually warm up as high pressure moves in for the end of the week. Lots of sunshine through Saturday and much of Sunday before our next system brings a bit of rain for the end of the weekend. 

TODAY: Sunny and cool. High: 70. Wind: SW 5-10 mph

TONIGHT: Clear and cool. Low: 49. Wind: W 5-10 mph. 

TUESDAY: Mostly sunny and warmer still. High: 75. Wind: S 10-15 mph. Showers possible late overnight into Wednesday.

 

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